LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The newly approved COVID-19 relief bill sets aside $28 billion for restaurants and bars. The funds allow business owners to pay for things that were previously not covered by the Paycheck Protection Program. “It was a little more limited for sure. Now they do have the ability to spend those dollars on food and beverage so it has opened a lot of opportunities for our bars and restaurants,” said Mary Beth Sewald, the president and CEO of the Vegas Chamber.

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