Birmingham news Brierley Hill pub shut for 14 days after Covid-19 outbreak MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Holden's Rose and Crown pub will be temporarily closed for a deep clean
Breaking News ! A popular pub in Brierley Hill has been forced to shut its doors after an outbreak of positive coronavirus infections. The Holden's Rose and Crown, on Bank Street, will be closed to the public for a fortnight for a deep clean. An update was released on social media on October 26. Mike, the manager, said: "Due to an unfortunate Covid-19 outbreak In the pub we will have to close the doors for the next 14 days. This is advised by NHS Track and Trace. Read More Related Articles Is your child entitled to a free meal this half-term? - What Black Country councils have said Read More Related Articles Teenage gang threw brick at bus window in Walsall and attacked driver "It also ensures the safety of our customers and staff.As you all are aware we have been exceptionally vigilant with the laws, rules and regulations regarding Covid-19. "Unfortunately this disease has managed to spread regardless. During our time closed a thorough deep clean will be carried out from ceiling to floor.
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"This will ensure we are completely sanitary and Covid free for the re-open in a fortnight. "Please continue to abide by the rules wherever you may be and we will return soon stronger than ever. Stay safe. Hands, face, space."
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