STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — Heinen's Grocery Store in Strongsville is temporarily closed while crews work to disinfect the store after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
The store made the announcement Saturday morning.
"Our Strongsville store is currently closed to complete a deep cleaning and sanitation process based on CDC guidelines," the store stated on its website.
According to Heinen's, the employee is under self-quarantine and has not worked since Thursday.
The store didn't specify when it would reopen.
Dear Customers -An associate at our Strongsville, OH store has tested positive for COVID-19. We are beginning our cleaning process and will not be open for business today. The associate is in self-quarantine and has not worked since 4/16. pic.twitter.com/J22CwTyQoO— Heinen's (@Heinens) April 18, 2020
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