October 27, 2021

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Famous trio of Edmonton restaurants in Old Stratkona closed due to COVID-19 cases on staff – Edmonton

Famous trio of Edmonton restaurants in Old Stratkona closed due to COVID-19 cases on staff - Edmonton

Three famous Edmonton restaurants have been temporarily closed Kovid-19 cases Among the staff.

Next Act pub, Meat and Pip are closing, so two employees can test all staff after a positive test: one at Pip and one at Meat.

Meat announced it was closing earlier this week, while Pip and Next Act Pub posted their closures on Saturday. Restaurants have also discontinued their online ordering services.

“Last time [the staff member] The work is for brunch on Saturday, November 7 and showed no symptoms at the time, ”the Meet statement said.

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“According to AHS, please make sure there is no danger to anyone who dined with us last time.”

Pip said it was also closed on Saturday after a positive test by a staff member who last worked during the day on Tuesday, November 10th. According to the restaurant, the staff did not show any symptoms during their shift.

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Although there were no cases of staff on the Next Act pub, the restaurant announced that it was closing due to the close relationship between the three restaurants.

All three are in the same affiliated building at 104 Street and 83 Avenue and are running under the same ownership.


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