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Savannah, GA tourism scene takes big hit amid COVID-19 pandemic

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Though the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have started deliveries around the country, it will be be at least a few months before most Americans start to return to some sense of normalcy. Those months are critical for the millions of small businesses in the U.S. trying to stay afloat through one of the worst economic downturns in our history. In Savannah, Georgia, the multi-billion dollar tourism industry took a massive hit when COVID began in March. Ali talks to a tour guide reinventing the wheel for the times.