COVID-19 Infections Temporarily Closes Two Local Businesses

Caliente Pizza in Mt. Lebo and Shop 'n Save in Penn Hills are affected

Andrew Limberg
July 06, 2020 - 9:34 am

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    PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Caliente Pizza and Drafthouse in Mt. Lebanon and Shop ‘n Save in Penn Hills at the two latest businesses to temporarily close due to a case of COVID-19.

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    In a social media post on Sunday, Caliente says they notified the Allegheny County Health Department after an employee tested positive for coronavirus.

    With the guidance of the health department, they are closed and won’t reopen until all employees are tested for COVID-19.

    The restaurant will be “professionally cleaned and sterilized.”

    With the location closed, customers are encouraged to visit Caliente’s other locations in Bloomfield, Aspinwall, Hampton and Monroeville.

    The Shop ‘n Save closed over the weekend after a 4th person tested positive for COVID-19. In a social media post the Hartley Family Shop ‘n Save says the employee has not worked in the store since June 29.

    The employees who previously tested positive have had not been in the story since June 25 and 27.

    While the store has been cleaned after confirmation of each positive case, out an abundance of caution, the store is temporarily closed to help stop further spread.

    Cleaning will also take place and employee contact tracing will be conducted.

    The Hartley Family’s other Shop ‘n save location in Holiday Park remains open.

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