AKRON, Ohio (AP) – Operators of a northeast Ohio bridal shop linked to an Ebola survivor say the store is closing because it lost significant business and has been stigmatized.READ MORE: Dallas Stars Win Fourth Game In A Row, Beating Arizona Coyotes 3-2
Dallas nurse Amber Vinson was diagnosed with Ebola days after visiting Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal store in Akron in October. The store temporarily closed and cleaned before reopening in November, but business hasn’t bounced back.
Owner Anna Younker says her shop has become known as the Ebola store. She tells the Akron Beacon Journal the temporary closure and canceled orders cost the store at least $100,000. That wasn’t covered by her insurance because it excludes viral illnesses.
The store will take orders until the end of January and then sell dresses at discounts and liquidate all assets.READ MORE: Dallas Police Ask Public For Help Finding Deadly Hit-And-Run Suspects
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