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Oporto, Jakes Bar, Neon Cactus and Power, Corruption and Lies – which are run by Akito Bar Group – have all been closed as a ‘precautionary measure’.
All staff will be tested for Covid-19, the sites will undergo a full deep clean and those deemed to be at risk will be contacted by NHS track & trace.
In a statement, the Akito Bar Group said: “To all of our wonderful guests, we are sorry to advise you that one of our staff members has tested positive for Covid-19 and, as a precautionary measure, we have temporarily suspended service to allow us to send all of our staff members to be tested.
“We are working with Public Health England to follow the correct steps and a full deep clean will be carried out in all sites.
“If you are deemed to be at risk then NHS track & trace will contact you directly.
“Thank you to all our loyal customers for your continued support and patience in these unprecedented times.”
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