COVID-19 CLOSURES: Here’s what’s rapid closing as a precaution to COVID-19 conditions linked to space venues – WAFB

COVID-19 CLOSURES: Here’s what’s temporarily closing as a precaution to COVID-19 cases linked to area venues

Uncle Earl’s Bar in Baton Rouge is largely one of several venues to screech temporary closures attributable to outbreaks of COVID-19 linked to patrons circulating the cities bar scene, namely Tigerland shut to LSU. (Source: WAFB)

By WAFB STAFF | June 19, 2020 at 6: 59 PM CDT – Up up to now June 19 at 6: 59 PM

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Several venues in Baton Rouge announced temporary closures Friday, June 19.

These closures come as mumble successfully being officers link ability COVID-19 outbreaks amongst patrons and workers in those venues, basically in Tigerland shut to LSU’s campus.

Louisiana’s successfully being department mentioned Friday, June 19, that officers linked at the least 100 conditions of COVID-19 to bars shut to the campus of Louisiana Command College (LSU).

A cluster of bars shut to campus known as Tigerland is believed to be a first-rate contributor to the outbreak of conditions, successfully being officers mentioned.

Anybody who visited Tigerland bars over the weekend have to peaceful snatch into consideration themselves uncovered to COVID-19 and can self-quarantine for 14 days and video display for signs.

The following is a list of trade which announced temporary closures.

Will reopen “as soon as that you would possibly perhaps perhaps well perhaps take into consideration”

Chimes is temporarily closing its location near Louisiana State University’s north gate as health officials investigate potential outbreaks of COVID-19 linked to bars near campus.

Chimes is rapid closing its discipline shut to Louisiana Command College’s north gate as successfully being officers study ability outbreaks of COVID-19 linked to bars shut to campus. (Source: WAFB)

Anticipated to shut for one week.

Anticipated to shut for one week.

Anticipated to shut starting Friday, June 19, and reopen Monday, pending extra testing amongst team.

Uncle Earl's announced that it will close for the weekend to test employees for the coronavirus and to have the building professionally cleaned.

Uncle Earl’s announced that this would possibly perhaps well perhaps shut for the weekend to take a look at workers for the coronavirus and to luxuriate in the building professionally cleaned. (Source: Uncle Earls)

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