ANN ARBOR, MI — When business closure mandates were first passed down in March 2020, Chelsea Hohn, manager of Cahoot’s Café, expected them to only last a week, maybe two. The café had just opened in January.
More than a year later, the café, located on East Huron Street in Ann Arbor, is still on “COVID hours,” asking people to mask regardless of vaccination status and seating roughly one-fifth of its availability.
“We’ve been running the café in COVID-times more than normal times,” Hohn said.
Even as bars and restaurants drop mask mandates and vaccination numbers inch upward, some coffee