2020-08-06@06:42:11 GMT
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    LOS ANGELES -- Due to the pandemic, So-Cal Burgers has changed the way of operating to keep everyone safe and the business going. "It's slower. So, I had to cut some of my hours from my employees. I have a smaller staff and we had to adjust," said Tony Gomez, owner of So-Cal Burgers. "Now we have to wear gloves, masks, make sure the store is sanitized."The East Los Angeles business has been open for the past nine years. "The food is high-quality food. We make our own patties. We make our own sauces," said Gomez. "Our product is a high-grade product in East L.A.." The restaurant has also turned to food-delivery apps for the first time, according to the...