Editor’s Note: The video above is from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s press conference on June 29.
PARMA, Ohio (WJW) – Tony’s Family Restaurant in Parma says it is closing for two weeks after learning a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.
The restaurant made the announcement Monday night on its Facebook page, and said it wanted to keep with the mission to always put customers first.
Tony’s Family Restaurant said the infection of the staff member was traced to a source outside the restaurant.
We have always gone above and beyond with customer service and that is why we feel it is best to take the highest precaution possible. We are deeply saddened that we will not be seeing our customers for a couple weeks. Thanks for the amazing support we have received, and we cannot wait to see everyone soon, healthy and safely.Tony’s Family Restaurant
Every surface will be cleaned and re-sanitized while the restaurant is closed, according to the Facebook post.
The restaurant, which had been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, had just reopened in May. “We are deeply saddened that we will not be seeing our customers for a couple weeks. Thanks for the amazing support we have received, and we cannot wait to see everyone soon, healthy and safely,” the post said.
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