Charlotte bar reopens after worker tests positive for COVID-19

Charlotte bar reopens after worker tests positive for COVID-19
(WSOC)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte bar is back open after a worker tested positive for COVID-19. The Crunkleton in Elizabeth closed earlier this week.

On Saturday, Channel 9 saw employees wearing masks and gloves. And there are signs encouraging customers to wear masks when they’re not at their table.

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“We’ve gone through a lot of precautions. I mean, we only take reservations now. We don’t have any bar seats whatsoever. We close at 11 at the latest every night,” an employee said.

The bar got a deep cleaning while it was closed, and employees were tested for the virus.

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