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Natty Greene’s closed temporarily Saturday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, the company announced on its Facebook page.

GREENSBORO — An employee of Natty Greene's has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an announcement on the company's Facebook page.

The company has temporarily closed its restaurant for deep cleaning and other employees at its downtown location at 345 S Elm St. are being tested for the disease. The company also has temporarily closed its Brewhouse tap room at 1918 W. Gate City Blvd. as a precaution.

Here's the full announcement posted Saturday on Natty Greene's Facebook page:

In Dear Friends + Guests,

We found out today that one of our employees has tested positive for COVID-19, and closed immediately after getting the news. Due to our employee health screening this employee has not been at work for eight days. They had called ahead and expressed feeling ill. Natty Greene’s Downtown is closing temporarily for deep cleaning and while our Downtown staff continues to be tested. Our Brewhouse tap room will be closing today after service hours as a precaution, as there is different staff for each location. We hope to be able to open both locations again soon, but the safety of our staff and guests are paramount to us at Natty Greene’s. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and local protocols while dealing with COVID-19. We thank you for your continuous support, patience, and understanding. We hope to see you all safely, real soon.

Cheers, Natty Greene’s

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