Common trio of Edmonton eating places in Previous Strathcona are closing resulting from COVID-19 instances amongst staff – Edmonton

Three well-known restaurants in Edmonton have temporarily closed due to COVID-19 cases among employees.

The Next Act Pub, MEAT and Pip said they would close so all employees can be tested after two employees test positive: one at Pip and one at MEAT.

MEAT had announced it would close earlier this week, while Pip and Next Act Pub announced their closings on Saturday. The restaurants have also discontinued their online ordering service.

“The last time [the staff member] worked for brunch on Saturday November 7th and showed no symptoms at the time, ”a MEAT statement said.

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“Please be assured that, according to the AHS, there is minimal to no risk for anyone who has eaten with us recently.”

Pip said Saturday it also closed after an employee who last worked during the daytime on Tuesday, November 10, tested positive. According to the restaurant, the employee had no symptoms during her shift.

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While there were no employee cases at the Next Act Pub, this restaurant announced that it would also be closed due to the close association between the three restaurants.

All three are in the same contiguous building at 104 Street and 83 Avenue and are owned by one owner.

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