FARMINGTON, Pa. (KDKA) – Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is another business closing due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

The announcement was made on the resort’s Instagram page.

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Serving you has always been our first priority. Your health and safety, along with the well-being of our team, are of paramount importance to us. To keep our loyal guests, team of associates and community safe, we have decided to temporarily close hotel accommodations, dining, spa and recreational activities until further notice. This decision was difficult but critical to ensure the well-being of everyone involved. We want to thank you for your continued loyalty to Nemacolin and hope to welcome you back soon. Our hearts ache for our remarkable associates during this time who will be impacted and all of those in hospitality and service industries experiencing the same. We will continue to do everything we can to assist our associates and community. Please visit our website for important messages and updates involving the changing circumstances.

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“To keep our loyal guests, team of associates and community safe, we have decided to temporarily close hotel accommodations, dining, spa and recreational activities until further notice,” the post said.

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Nemacolin said they are doing everything they can to help their employees during the closure and will post updates to their website.

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