WACO, Texas- The Waco-McLennan County Health district says the Chic-fil-a employee is no danger to the public.
“The positive case associated with Chick-fil-A did not have customer exposure and had not been at the facility in the days prior to him being tested. The health district will follow up with all his direct contacts with phone calls. There is no danger or exposure to the public at large from this case.”
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WACO, Texas – An employee of the Chick-fil-A location in Waco’s Richland Mall has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Franchise Operator Jake Roye posted a statement on social media Wednesday night saying he has decided to temporarily close the Richland Mall restaurant after learning someone on his team had a confirmed COVID-19 (coronavirus) diagnosis.
Roye says the store is working with the Waco-McLennan County Health District, as well as disinfecting and deep cleaning the restaurant in accordance with public health guidelines.
A re-opening date will be determined following clearance from local health authorities.
Source: Chick-fil-A Franklin Avenue