Two Norwich pubs closed as staff test positive for Covid-19
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Two Norwich pubs have temporarily closed as staff members have tested positive for Covid-19.
Danomey Kitchen, based in The Stanley pub on Magdalen Road, said: "We’re sorry to say that a member of [The Stanley] have tested positive for Covid."
A spokesperson for Danomey Kitchen said that they will announce when they will be re-opening.
"We’re sorry for any disappointment caused," the company added.
FupBurger, which is located inside The Dog House bar on St George's Street, announced on Friday that a Covid test taken by one of their staff members was positive.
A spokesperson from FupBurger said: "So we just had a staff member fail a lateral flow test.
"Although we know these tests are notoriously inaccurate we have taken the decision to close today, just to be on the safe side."
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FupBurger said they would be open on Saturday.
The Murderers Pub has been closed since Wednesday due to staff members testing positive for Covid.