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Atchison restaurant temporarily closes after COVID case
10/13/2020

(KAIR)--An Atchison restaurant has temporarily closed after an employee test positive for COVID-19.

Lopez de Mexico announced in a Facebook post Monday they will be closed until October 23.

The restaurant said one of their employees contacted COVID outside the restaurant and unknowingly exposed some of the kitchen staff.

The post said not all employees have been exposed, but they can't operate without cooks.

The restaurant said they hope to be up and running after quarantine.


 

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