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A Tennessee burrito restaurant closed down its kitchen due to labor shortages, inflation, and the pandemic

A Tennessee burrito restaurant closed down its kitchen due to labor shortages, inflation, and the pandemic
The US is suffering from a labor shortage asA record numbersA of Americans quit their jobsA in search of better wages, benefits, and working conditions.Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images


A restaurant in Tennessee closed its kitchen due to a mix of COVID-19, inflation, and understaffing.




The restaurant had already slashed its opening hours while looking to hire day shifts.




"We kept losing most of our staff," Go Burrito!'s owner told News Channel 11.


A burrito restaurant in Johnson City, Tennessee closed down its kitchen due to a mix of COVID-19, rising costs, and understaffing.Go Burrito! said on Monday that its kitchen had shut but that its rum bar, and a sushi bar with separate management, both located within its site, would stay open.In a Facebook post, Go Burrito! said it "will not continue with the kitchen side of Go Burrito! Johnson City." It said that the business had been impacted by the "Delta variant and labor shortages with inflation."Go Burrito! operates two other sites, both in North Carolina.
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