Though the District still reports dozens of coronavirus cases daily, many beauty salons, fitness centers, restaurants and other nonessential businesses have cautiously re-opened, welcoming back their employees. t’s a big relief for thousands who have spent months under months-longon furloughs, even though returning to work runs the risk of accelerating the virus’ spread. But it leaves some, like 32-year-old Trish, a bartender and parent, with no easy answers. Wrestling with the pandemic’san impos-sible catch-22., Trish is forced to decide between a stable income and the safety of her child, who is at high-risk case for Covid-19. Until the situation improves, she says she cannot go back to work in good conscience.