Upstate Chick-fil-A franchise owner closes locations after team member had presumed positive COVID-19 diagnosis


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CLEMSON, SC (WSPA)- A Chick-fil-A franchise owner in the Upstate said they will be temporarily closing their restaurants after learning that a team member had a “presumed positive diagnosis of COVID-19.”

According to a Facebook post by Herb Tyler, franchise owner of Chick-fil-A Clemson and Seneca, he has decided to close his restaurants in Clemson and in Seneca after learning of the team member’s diagnosis.

“We are disinfecting and conducting a deep cleaning of the restaurant in accordance with public health guidelines,” Tyler said in the post. “A re-opening dates will be determined following clearance from local health authorities. Thank you for understanding, and we hope to serve you soon!”

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