Jun 30, 2020
North Shore Burgatory Temporarily Closed After Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus
This news has been received from: cbslocal.com
All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Burgatory on the North Shore is temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for coronavirus.
They last worked on Thursday, and the restaurant will be closed for cleaning until Tuesday at 5 p.m.
“We are taking this time to deep clean and sanitize our entire restaurant and will follow Allegheny County Health Department recommendations to ensure the safety of our entire crew and guests before reopening,” Burgatory said on Twitter.
News Source: cbslocal.com
MLB players who have tested positive for coronavirus: List of COVID-19 cases in baseball
I feel threatened: Unmasked Florida mans viral Costco outburst cost him his job Walmart Is Launching a New Loyalty Program for Costumers MLB players who have tested positive for coronavirus: List of COVID-19 cases in baseball
As Major League Baseball attempts to play a 60-game season and the playoffs while navigating the perils of the novel coronavirus, its players will be tested and traced incessantly, isolated and placed, as needed, on the COVID-19 injured list.Click to expand Replay Video UP NEXT
- Woman ejected, then run over by SUV on I-93 A 43-year-old woman from Tewksbury was died after being ejected and run over on Interstate 93 overnight, according to Massachusetts State Police. WCVB Boston
- Leg amputee perseveres to become varsity basketball star Amanda Merrells leg was amputated following a cancer diagnosis when she was an infant - but ever since, shes proved no obstacle big or small can get in the way of her dreams. TODAYs Craig Melvin shares her story. TODAY
- Phoenix Mayor: ‘This is the United States of America, we should do better’ Arizona is now seeing the highest virus positivity rate in the United States. Phoenix Mayor Katie Gallego joins Chris Jansing to break down the details of her city’s fight against coronavirus and the desperate need for tests as case numbers spike. MSNBC
- MLB testing debacle leaves players cautious heading into season USA TODAY SPORTS 2:07
- Woman ejected, then run over by SUV on I-93 WCVB Boston 0:25
- Leg amputee perseveres to become varsity basketball star TODAY 2:55
- Phoenix Mayor: ‘This is the United States of America, we should do better’ MSNBC 0:20
- TikTok’s Bryce Hall Responds to Rumors That Addison Rae Is Pregnant US Weekly 1:44
- Don’t prioritize pitching in fantast baseball for the 2020 MLB season.mp4 SMG 1:17
- Soldier Field to begin hosting drive-in movie theater Wedneady night ABC 7 Chicago 0:23
- Driver ignores red light at railroad crossing BuzzVideos 0:55
- Brodie Brazil Talks MLB's Return Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic NBC Bay Area 3:27
- KOAA Athlete of the Week: Devin Dodson, Cheyenne Mountain Baseball KOAA Colorado Springs, CO 1:22
- MLB announces new 2020 Rockies schedule KOAA Colorado Springs, CO 1:16
- Mid-South business headlines: How latest restrictions in Shelby Co. affect businesses, hospitals WMC Action News 5 Memphis 2:52
- Morosi: "The issue would come if testing does not happen as it's supposed to." RADIO.COM 0:59