Cranky Pat's in Green Bay back open after staffers test negative for virus
Cranky Pat's Pizza in Green Bay has reopened for dine in and take out after staffers tested negative for the coronavirus.
The restaurant briefly closed after one employee tested positive for COVID-19. The rest of the staff was tested and results showed they were negative.
The restaurant says it worked with the health department and health care professionals for the safest way to reopen the business.
They reopened Monday with limited staff.
The restaurant's owner says it was a difficult decision to close for a few days, but they wanted to ensure the safety of staff and customers.
Cranky Pat's Pizza in Green Bay is closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The restaurant says they are "making sure" staff get tested for the coronavirus.
"We closed our doors yesterday and today, as a precaution, as well as to do some maintenance and wait for their test results," reads a post on the Cranky Pat's Pizza Facebook page.
The post states, "We recommend that anyone who entered the restaurant in the past week or so get tested."
The restaurant says it plans to reopen when enough staff tests come back negative.