PJ’s Lager House, a staple onÂ Michigan Avenue in Corktown, has closed its doors temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19
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DetroitÂ â PJ’s Lager House, a staple onÂ Michigan Avenue in Corktown, has closed its doors temporarily after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The bar will stay closed until its entire staff has had two negative tests in a row, the staffÂ announced Sunday on Facebook.
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The employee that tested positive remains in quarantine, and the bar is encouraging anyone who visited between Oct. 9-12 to consider getting tested.Â
COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Michigan. Last week, the state had its highest weekly case number since the virus arrived hereÂ in March.
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