Two years ago this week, Pennsylvanians and people across the country were sheltering indoors, enduring the first days of lockdowns due to a newly-discovered virus.
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — In the early days of the pandemic, feelings of fear and uncertainty were never more powerful. Two years later, some business owners in Wilkes-Barre won’t forget those moments.
“It feels like April 635th of 2020, that’s what it feels like,” said Jay Notartomaso, owner of Musical Energi.
It’s been a challenging two years for business owners in Luzerne County and across the country. In March of 2020, Notartomaso had no idea what was coming.
“First, I thought I was going to get a little vacation, and it ended up being a nightmare,” he said. “I was closed for three months and had no…