Harborough pub forced to close when a member of staff tested positive for Covid-19 has re-opened
The Freemasons Arms on St Mary’s Road is welcoming back customers
A Market Harborough pub forced to close when a member of staff tested positive for Covid-19 has re-opened.
The Freemasons Arms on St Mary’s Road is welcoming back customers after it had to shut temporarily on Saturday (October 10) when a kitchen porter was infected.
The pub announced on its Facebook page on Tuesday afternoon (October 13): “We are so happy to announce the pub is open again!
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“We have deep cleaned and sanitised everything, and all of our staff have tested negative.
“We have the fire lit, the beer is ready we just need you all!
“Our kitchen is not open at the moment, but we do have a good array of snacks.
“So come down, we can’t wait to catch up with everyone.”