Scarborough pub closes after customer tests positive for Covid-19

A Scarborough pub has closed due to coronavirus.

Tuesday, 22nd September 2020, 10:53 am
Updated Tuesday, 22nd September 2020, 12:28 pm

On its Facebook page, the New Tavern said it had been informed by a customer that they had tested positive for coronavirus.

The customer visited the Falsgrave Road pub on Thursday September 17.

The pub said: "The New Tavern is now closed temporarily whilst we deep clean the pub and all staff receive results from Covid-19 tests.

The New Tavern, in Falsgrave Road

"Anyone who is affected will be contacted by NHS Track and Trace.

"We look forward to reopening and welcoming customers back when it is safe to do so."

On Saturday Florios Ristorante on Aberdeen Walk announced it was closing after a customer got in touch to say they had tested positive for the disease.

It said it was contacting all customers who were in the restaurant at the same time as that person on Sunday, September 13 between 7pm and 8.30pm.

It said: "We are currently contacting all customers who were in the restaurant at the same time as this customer.

"All of our staff will undergo Covid-19 tests and we are organising a deep clean of the restaurant.

"We hope to open the restaurant again as soon as we can."

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