ByWTOC Staff|June 19, 2020 at 7:53 PM EDT - Updated June 22 at 7:45 AM
SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Several local businesses have closed after reporting that a member of their staff has contracted COVID-19.
Spanky’s Southside in Savannah will be closed for cleaning after an employee tested positive.
A sign posted on the door tells customers that the restaurant will be closed for the next few days for the safety of employees and customers. The sign is dated Friday, June 19.
The posting states that the restaurant has asked all employees to get testing and they will not be able to return without a negative result.
Molly McGuire’s also posted that they would be closing for a few days after an employee tested positive for the virus. They say that all employees would be tested before returning to work.
The Five Spot posted a similar message on Saturday afternoon, citing an asymptomatic employee as reason for their closure. All employees have been sent for testing and will not return for 14 days.
Service Brewing posted a similar message, thanking their patrons for working with them as they attempted to reopen. They will be closed until further notice after an employee tested positive.
The Rail Pub in downtown Savannah is also closed for the time being while the rest of their workers get tested and their buildings are cleaned, according to a message posted Sunday on its Facebook page:
Other closed businesses (updated):