Even With Schools Closing Boca Chamber Still Decides To Meet

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    On Friday, the Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce held a members’ breakfast. The chairs were at least six feet apart. That’s just one small example of how the coronavirus became real last week. It continues to move at what Troy McClellan, the chamber’s executive director, correctly called “warp speed.” By Friday, Boca Raton had […] The post The Coronavirus Effect: Panic Buying, Voting, and Potential First Case in Boca? appeared first on Boca Magazine.

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