Dave & Buster's Closes Due To Coronavirus Case

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Dave & Buster's has closed due to a confirmed Coronavirus case.

There was no word as to whether the person was a customer or staff member.

Officials said in an announcement on Facebook, "The Chattanooga location is now temporarily closed. We were informed that an individual at our location tested positive for COVID-19. As soon as we were notified of the positive case, we initiated our response protocol, which includes immediately notifying the local health department, notifying close contact employees, deep cleaning and sanitizing of the store.

We will continue to work closely with the health department as we reopen. The health and safety of our guests and team members is our top priority. We will continue to closely follow the protocols of the federal, state, and local health authorities in our daily operating procedures. We look forward to serving our guests when we reopen and remain dedicated to serving up good, clean fun."


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Dave & Buster's has closed due to a confirmed Coronavirus case. There was no word as to whether the person was a customer or staff member. Officials said in an announcement on Facebook, ... (click for more)



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