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Three Canton restaurants temporarily close after employees test positive for coronavirus

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Posted at 11:24 AM, Jul 01, 2020

BALTIMORE — Three restaurants in Baltimore’s Canton neighborhood have stated they will temporarily close for cleaning after employees tested positive for coronavirus.

On Facebook, Lee’s Pint and Shell, Cowboy Row and Looney’s Pub all wrote they would close their doors for the safety of employees and customers.

Lee’s Pint and Shell wrote on Monday morning that three of its employees tested positive. They will stay closed “until we can ensure everyone’s safe return.”

On Monday, Cowboy Row also posted one of its staff members tested positive for COVID-19.

At Looney’s, an employee tested positive, the establishment said on Saturday. Despite the employee not working for a week prior, they’re still closing so all employees can be tested.