/ Modified aug 21, 2020 5:34 p.m.

Travel restrictions at the border strain Nogales’s economy

But other areas of the city are continuing to grow.

International travel restrictions related to COVID-19 have had unintended consequences in communities like the city of Nogales that rely on cross-border travel to keep their economies afloat. Tony Paniagua met a furniture store owner who decided to close his family’s 40-year-old business as a result of the pandemic. He also spoke to Mayor Arturo Garino about challenges facing the city and how he views its path to recovery.

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