A variety of pubs which resumed for the first time because lockdown steps were enforced have actually needed to close again after punters evaluated positive for coronavirus.
Bars throughout England invited drinkers on Saturday more than 3 months after the coronavirus break out shut down the hospitality sector.
However 3 pubs have actually because notified their clients that they have actually needed to shut again after cases of COVID-19 were spotted.
The Lighthouse Cooking Area and Carvery in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, stated a client had actually evaluated positive.
The club added it was making its method through a list of people who remained in the bar on Saturday and might have entered into contact with the client.
In a declaration posted on Facebook, the club added: “All our staff are going to be tested and we will reopen when the time is safe to do so.”
The Fox and Hounds in Batley, West Yorkshire, stated it would be closed till more notification after getting a call from a client on Monday to state they had actually evaluated positive for coronavirus.
The club stated on Facebook that all its personnel had actually because taken a test and the properties will be “fully deep cleaned and when safe to do so we will reopen our doors”.
The Town Home club in Alverstoke, Gosport, stated it had likewise “had a case of coronavirus” on the properties and added that “some of us are in isolation”.
The bar stated on Facebook: “The pub is now shut but all being well will open again on Saturday. Anyone who was in the pub over the weekend there is no need to isolate unless you show symptoms or are contacted direct by the trace group. Thank you and hope to see you soon.”
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