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Paradiso Pizza closes temporarily due to COVID-19 case

Paradiso Pizza at 887 Division Street. Photo via Google Maps.

The flagship Paradiso Pizza location on Division Street has closed temporarily as a precautionary measure after a member of their staff at that location tested positive for COVID-19.

The business was informed of the positive COVID-19 case by KFL&A Public Health on Monday, May 3, 2021, according to a public announcement posted on social media by Paradiso Pizza.

“We are working very closely with the KFL&A [Public Health] and out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our community, we have decided to temporarily close this location,” Paradiso Pizza said in an “important announcement” on Facebook the same day.

“Although not required by the KFL&A [Public Health], we want to do our part in containing the spread and prioritize our customers and staff.”

The business said they will also be completing a thorough cleaning and sanitization of the restaurant “to ensure a safe reopening of this location as soon as possible.” The Paradiso Pizza locations on Bath Road and on Perth Road in Inverary have not been affected and will remain open, according to the company.

We thank our customers for your patience and understanding during this difficult time,” Paradiso Pizza said, indicating they would provide updates on the situation through their social media channels.

“We are in this together.”

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