Running list: Restaurants temporarily close, adjust after coronavirus cases, fears among staff
2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠 continues to serve takeout both at the counter and outdoor window, with limited outdoor seating. All employees have been tested and come out negative. Masks are required indoors for employees and customers. Sanitizing wipes are provided to customers who will be staying for outdoor seating, and Proof sanitizing spray is available at both registers.
on Market Street announced on June 29 that it had temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. "Fortunately, he is showing no symptoms and has not worked since June 20. Out of an abundance of care we are sending all our employees to get tested. We'll let you know when we reopen."
confirmed to WTXL on June 29 that two of its Tallahassee restaurants had employees test positive. The Chipotles at 3425 Thomasville Road and 1801 West Tennessee Street each had a confirmed case. They did not specify a timeframe but said employees who had contact with the individuals are self-quarantining. The restaurants are open but have been sanitized.
on June 29 returned to takeout and BiteSquad delivery only "due to the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases." 2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠"This decision has been based on the rising case numbers in Leon County, and Florida overall. We believe this will be helpful in an effort to keep up with safety protocols and is best for the wellbeing of our staff and customers."
they are once again offering to-go service.
that the restaurant would be closing temporarily beginning Friday, July 11, saying "This is our 25th year, we are not going to just fade away. We will be back. Closing now will allow us to be able to reopen at a time that is healthier for business and safer to venture out."
2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠 will be requiring masks, effective June 21. According to a Facebook post, customers should have a mask on when seated and put it back on when leaving or going to the restroom. The restaurant will provide masks to customers for $1.
announced on July 1 that it was closing until further notice "out of an abundance of caution and an order to ensure the safety of our team and our guests" after an employee tested positive that morning. "No other employees have a fever or any symptoms of the virus. The rapid testing centers are currently booked so at this time we are unsure when we will be able to reopen. We are having staff tested, deep cleaning the store, and will reopen when we feel it is safe for our team and our guests."
2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠announced on July 4 that one of its employees had tested positive. The employee had not worked since June 17. "To ensure safety of the rest of our employees and customers, we have to make decision of closing down our restaurant," a Facebook post read. The restaurant will be disinfected and all employees will be tested before they reopen.has not had any staff members show symptoms, the restaurant has asked the staff to voluntarily get tested ASAP as cases statewide mount. They've also sent home employees who have been at other establishments that have had positive cases until they have been tested.
on Capital Circle Northeast closed on June 16 and reopened June 17 after an employee tested positive after coming in contact with another person with the respiratory virus, said Senior Director of Marketing Jessica Smith. Other employees who worked with the employee tested negative for the virus and the restaurant was deep cleaned before it reopened for dinner service Wednesday night.
2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠 "We’re still smoking Salmon for shipping and local sales; the Café is open for carryout, curbside ordering, delivery and a few tables socially distanced. Everyone here is wearing masks, sanitizing every surface we see, keeping our distance, and washing our hands a few hundred times a day."
Waterworksis returning to outdoor seating and take-out only. "While we certainly want to show off the improvements we’ve made to the interior, we hope you understand that for the safety of us all for the coming days, we’ll all be enjoying the great outdoors of Waterworks and The Hideaway. And please, wear a mask."
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No requirements to report
Florida does not require restaurants to report employees' positive test results to the public, according to a recent article in the Naples Daily News2020年欧洲杯谁能夺冠, part of the USA Today Network.
"Neither the Florida Department of Health nor the state's Department of Business and Professional Regulation are tracking coronavirus illnesses tied to restaurants," the Daily News reported. "While the health department tracks food-related restaurant outbreaks, such as Hepatitis A and norovirus, the novel coronavirus does not qualify."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says if it's been less than seven days since a sick employee has been in the facility, businesses should close off any areas used for prolonged periods of time by that person. It also calls for a 24-hour lag before cleaning and disinfecting spaces that may have been exposed.
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