The two cases meet the definition of an outbreak, which is two or more confirmed cases of the virus in a facility or non-household group within a 14-day period.
The outbreak comes along with a spike in cases of the virus in the county. From Sept. 13-18, Summit reported 49 cases of the virus, according to a news release.
Public health received positive test results for the employees Sept. 18 and 22. The restaurant closed Sept. 19 after being notified of the first positive test result. All other staff members in the restaurant are now in quarantine, according to the release.
The county’s contact tracing team has not identified any customers of the restaurant as close contacts of the two employees. Additionally, no customers have tested positive.
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