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Legends employee who worked Pepsi Center event tests positive for COVID-19

Legends said the employee last worked at Pepsi Center on March 11.

DENVER — Legends, the food and beverage services provider for Pepsi Center, announced one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.

According to a news release sent by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE), who owns Pepsi Center, the Denver Department of Public & Health Environment (DDPHE) notified Legends Tuesday of the positive test result. Legends then notified KSE.

Legends said the employee last worked at the Pepsi Center on March 11. The Avalanche played the New York Rangers that night.

The Legends employee worked in the back-of-the-house area, according to the news release. It states that the job the person was working does not require direct customer interaction.

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People that worked in close proximity to the person who tested positive were contacted by Legends.

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Legends said the associate is currently feeling better and is resting under self-isolation requirements.

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