President's Bar closing temporarily after people tested positive for COVID-19

President's Bar closing temporarily after people tested positive for COVID-19

Updated: July 02, 2020 06:53 PM

President's Bar in Superior has been identified as a place several people who have tested positive for COVID-19 are associated with.

The bar is temporarily closed for cleaning. The Douglas County Department of Health and Human Services says if you have spent time there in the last 2 weeks, self-monitor for symptoms.

If they develop, seek testing and self-quarantine until you have a result. Health Officials say they will continue to monitor and report businesses that are associated with two or more positive cases.

Earlier this week, three bars in Superior voluntarily closed after potentially serving customers who had Coronavirus. Charlie Brown's Bar and Tavern 105 plan to reopen on July 7th and the Tipsy Beaver Bar has't posted when they plan to reopen after they clean and disinfect their establishments.

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