PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Sunday marked one month since Allegheny County entered the ‘green’ phase of reopening amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Things haven’t gone exactly the way officials have hoped, including more and more businesses reporting positive cases of COVID-19.READ MORE: Doctors Start Giving COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots
Positive cases of Coronavirus have been reported at common places people are often seen at, such as grocery stores.
Two grocery stores have announced employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
A local restaurant has also closed temporarily due to Coronavirus.
Caliente Pizza and Drafthouse’s Mt. Lebanon location shut its doors on Sunday after an employee tested positive.
In a social media post, they said they won’t be reopening until all of their employees are tested and the restaurant is cleaned and sanitized.READ MORE: Study: Nearly 26,000 Kids Sit On Child Care Waitlists Across Pennsylvania
The Shop ‘n Save in Penn Hills announced its closure until further notice after a fourth employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
They said the employee hasn’t worked since June 29th. The other three workers tested positive last week.
Giant Eagle’s location in McIntyre Square in McCandless also had an employee who tested positive for the virus.
The company confirmed that information on Saturday.
Numerous employees at various Giant Eagle locations have tested positive since the pandemic began.MORE NEWS: 17-Year-Old Hospitalized After Penn Hills Shooting
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