Hunters Palm Springs temporarily closes after employee tests positive for COVID-19 – Desert Sun


Desert Sun reporter Amaray Alvarez contributed to this report..
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Hunters Palm Springs, a popular bar and bar, has actually closed forever after a worker evaluated positive for COVID-19, the business said on Saturday.
All other workers who touched with the contaminated person will be checked and quarantined for 14 days.
” Hunters owners, management and personnel are devoted to ensuring the safety of our workers and visitors by taking the essential preventive steps,” management composed on Facebook.
It is uncertain the number of workers have actually been in contact with the worker who checked favorable. A resuming date was not supplied..
The closure comes in the middle of a steep increase in favorable cases throughout Riverside County.
On Friday, county officials verified 501 new cases of coronavirus and three extra virus-related deaths. There are now 15,643 verified cases of COVID-19 in the county, and 438 of those have actually been deadly.
In Palm Springs, face coverings are needed in many settings, consisting of getting food or in-person dining at a dining establishment, except while seated at a table or bar.
Coronavirus: Riverside County reports 501 new coronavirus cases and 3 additional deaths Friday.
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Hunters Nightclub. ( Photo: Courtesy of Hunters Nightclub).

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