At J&L BBQ in Snohomish, owner Joel Sexton (left) talks on Tuesday with customer Tony Cecsarini and Austin Eisenhuth (right) after hanging banners announcing the restaurant’s ability to accept takeout orders. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

At J&L BBQ in Snohomish, owner Joel Sexton (left) talks on Tuesday with customer Tony Cecsarini and Austin Eisenhuth (right) after hanging banners announcing the restaurant’s ability to accept takeout orders. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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Gallery: Life in transition in Snohomish

The day after the governor ordered the closure of many businesses, people in Snohomish made adjustments.

In Snohomish on Tuesday, daily life was a work in progress after the governor ordered the closure of many businesses due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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