Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses have had to adjust their operations to the new normal, including Jeramy Black's TaeKwonDo Academy in Bowling Green. To adhere to health regulations during the coronavirus pandemic, studios around Bowling Green have had to adjust operations, such as social distancing students using floor tape, wearing face masks, disinfecting the room between classes and more.

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No comments on Mr. Black's business, but some karate places are in the business of selling belts not teaching martial arts. One place I know of, handed out a "belt" every few weeks, costing between $30 to $80. Parents, fondly imagining their kids being some great martial arts experts coughed up the cash for each "graduaton". Again, no comments are directed at Mr. Black's business.

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