White House Closes Cafeteria After Positive Covid-19 Test
Thursday, 23 July 2020 () Two cafeterias in the White House have been closed after a staff working there tested positive for Covid-19. In an email sent to the staff, White House said there is "no reason for panic or alarm." The cafeterias that have been shutdown - Ike's Eatery and NEOB Cafeteria - are functioning in buildings next to the White House. The White House Medical Unit is conducting contact tracing. Based on
Two White House cafeterias are now shut down after a worker tested positive for COVID-19. According to an e-mail sent by Trump Administration officials, the risk of transmission is low because workers use gloves and masks at all times.
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