Red Robin Staff Tests Positive for COVID-19
3 Staffers Test Positive, Many More in Self-Quarantine
The Red Robin in Clinton Township will be back to offering carryout meals after temporarily having to shutdown after the Macomb County Health Department announced 3 of the restaurant's staff members tested positive for COVID-19. This is one more person that what the restaurant itself announced in a statement, claiming only 2 staff members tested positive for the virus.
“We received confirmation that two Team Members at our Clinton Township, Michigan location tested positive for COVID-19. The health and safety of our team members and guests is always our top priority; therefore, we have closed the restaurant until we deem it safe to reopen,”
While this location of the National Restaurant Chain is only open for carry-out orders, it's unclear when they will re-open for dine-in customers. With at least 30 employees in self-quarantine as a result of being exposed to the individuals who tested positive, getting back to a functional working eatery will be no easy task.
The Macomb County Health Department says anyone who was at the Red Robin on Hall Road in Clinton Township between June 18th and June 22nd should monitor yourself for symptoms of the coronavirus.