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The Recent Horses Saloon in Harrisburg studies the case of COVID-19 and shall be briefly closed – Argus Chief

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The Fresh Horses Saloon in Harrisburg has reported COVID-19 and will be temporarily closed

The management of the Fresh Horses Saloon in Harrisburg announced on Facebook on Tuesday that the restaurant was exposed to the corona virus.

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The management of the Fresh Horses Saloon in Harrisburg announced on Facebook on Tuesday that the restaurant was exposed to the corona virus.

The company has communicated with state health officials and is temporarily closing.

More: Active COVID-19 cases continue to beat recoveries, with 240 added on Tuesday

"We are making this business decision out of excessive caution and because we love our & # 39; horse friends and family & # 39 ;," the company said on its Facebook post.

The Harrisburg establishment will keep its followers informed of its reopening plans. State officials told owners the risk to patrons was minimal, according to the Fresh Horses post.

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