SoMe Brewing Closes Tasting Room After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
SoMe Brewing Company in York announced Monday it would close its tasting room after an employee tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Facebook post.
The post said the individual was a member of SoMe's production team and did not work in the tasting room with customers. Still, the brewery said, a decision was made to close Monday after learning of the positive coronavirus infection.
SoMe Brewing Company said the individual had initially tested negative after quarantining in wake of a household member also testing positive, the post said. The brewery said it hopes to re-open the tasting room on Tuesday.
The post also said it was "out of an abundance of caution" that the decision to close was made, citing CDC guidelines suggesting the tasting room could have remained open. Instead, SoMe Brewing Company said it preferred to allow for a deep clean and staff testing before re-opening to the public, per the post.
Here is the full post from SoMe Brewing Company on Monday:
We have just learned that a member of our Production Team, who does not work in the Tasting Room or with customers, has tested positive for Covid. This Production Team Member initially tested negative, but has been quarantining despite that negative test, due to a positive household member. Despite CDC Guidelines indicating we can remain open, we have decided to close our Tasting Room today out of an abundance of caution, to allow for a deep clean and staff testing. We apologize for any inconvenience, if you were hoping to stop in today. We hope to re-open tomorrow, but please check back or call for our latest operating status. Thank you for being understanding and stay safe, friends!!