Another San Angelo Restaurant Closes Due to COVID-19 Infection

 

SAN ANGELO, TX – Another San Angelo business was forced to close their doors on Wednesday after a COVID-19 exposure. 

According to the Grill-a-Burger Facebook Page, on Nov. 18, the Grill-a-Burger Cafe, located at 2833 Southwest Blvd., has closed their doors to clean after an employee tested positive for coronavirus. 

"This is a difficult post for us to write but it is necessary. We want to be as transparent as possible with our customers so here goes!

"An employee that works at our cafe has come into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. In an effort to help stop the spread, we have decided to close the cafe until we get their results back to be sure that we are all safe and that our customers are safe!

"Please be patient with us as we navigate through this! The original Grill-A-Burger is still open and would absolutely love to serve you!" stated the Grill-a-Burger's post.

The original Grill-a-Burger is located at 1205 N Chadbourne.

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