A West Kelowna winery announced it was closing for 48 hours after a guest tested positive for the coronavirus.
Mount Boucherie Estate Winery said a guest who had dined at its restaurant on Saturday, Nov. 14 has since been confirmed to have COVID-19.
“We are now taking precautions to have staff tested and do a deep clean of the entire building,” the winery said on its website.
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“We feel it is best to halt guests from entering our building and help do our part to flatten the curve of COVID-19.”
The winery noted that it had just been notified of the exposure on Friday. It plans to reopen at 5 p.m. on Sunday for dinner services if staff test results are negative.
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The business also said online wine orders are still available, and it’s working towards a contactless method of wine sales and club pick-ups.
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