Two restaurants in Beaufort County have temporarily closed after having employees test positive for COVID-19.
Fat Patties in Port Royal announces to Facebook today that an emplyee tested positive for COVID and had not since they began to feel ill. They have temporarily closed to allow all employees to get tested and clean the restaurant.
Last week, Cinco Mexican Grill in Bluffton also had an employee test positive for the coronavirus and temporarily closed their doors.
The entire staff of about 20 have gotten tested for the virus and are awaiting results.
Another Bluffton restaurant, Captain Woody's Bar and Grill, announced their temporary closure after having an employee test positive for COVID.
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