Kream N’Kone in Chatham announced in a Facebook post on Wednesday night it was also closing because one employee tested positive for COVID-19.
"We will be closing to thoroughly clean and disinfect the restaurant and all of the remaining employees will get tested," the eatery said. "When the health department tells us it is safe to reopen we will do so."
Cape Cod is currently experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases. On Friday, Harwich Port officials announced five new infections, with seven people in isolation, CBS Boston reported.
In an emergency order issued on Tuesday, the town enforced a mask order that is set to take action on Thursday.
“For everybody’s well-being, it’s not difficult for everyone to wear a mask, wash your hands, [and] social distance,” vacationer Dee Townes told CBS Boston.
As of Thursday, Massachusetts has at least 114,320 confirmed cases of COVID-19, while at least 8,486 people have died from coronavirus-related illnesses, according to a New York Times database.
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