LAS VEGAS – Man Fieri’s Las Vegas Kitchen Bar has closed on the Linq Resort after a employee examined obvious for coronavirus.
When the resort learned that an employee had examined obvious for COVID-19, it contacted the health department and began working with them to habits an investigation to search out out who had been in shut proximity to that employee, in accordance with a Caesars Leisure assertion to the Reno Gazette Journal, allotment of the USA TODAY Community.
Caesars Leisure did now not issue when the employee examined obvious or when the restaurant will reopen.
The obvious check comes in some unspecified time in the future after a pair of Flamingo workers examined obvious for the contagious illness.
Caesars Leisure confirmed the cases Friday but would no longer issue where the workers worked within the enduring Strip resort-casino.
“Contact tracing protocols had been adopted,” Caesar’s Leisure spokesman Richard Broome acknowledged in an electronic mail to the Reno Gazette Journal, allotment of the USA TODAY Community.
Earlier in the week, an employee on the Bellagio’s Mayfair Supper Membership examined obvious for COVID-19, forcing the restaurant to like a flash shut.
The closure comes two weeks after casinos opened in the wake of an outbreak shutdown that lasted nearly three months.