HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — A metro Atlanta Chick-fil-A is closing immediately after a worker was diagnosed with COVID-19.
The owner of the Chick-fil-A on Highway 81 in McDonough said he decided to voluntarily close the restaurant after learning an employee was sick.
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Mark Fleming said he is working with local authorities as well as disinfecting and deep cleaning the restaurant.
"We cannot give healthcare advice," Flemming said in a statement. "If you are concerned about your possible exposure, please contact our local health department."
A reopening date will be announced after clearance from local health authorities.
No information was released about the employee.
Henry County has reported 58 cases and 2 deaths as of Monday morning. The county has prohibited in-person dining.
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