CORVALLIS — Fin's Taphouse in Corvallis has closed down after a customer tested positive for COVID-19.
The taphouse wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday that public health officials informed them a person who had been in Fin's in the past week had positive test results.
Out of an abundance of caution, Fin's decided to close its doors.
Front supervisor for the restaurant Kayla Fields said they’re currently working with Ravalli County Public Health on a reopening date.
“We cannot give out any information on this customer, on the status of this customer, on anything, so just to be safe, anyone that is concerned should just call the Health Department,” said Fields.
After what has already been a tough few months for restaurants, Fields said shutting their doors was a difficult decision, but safety-wise it was the only decision.
The time and day the customer that tested positive was Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24 anywhere between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Customers who were in Fin’s during that time frame are asked to contact Ravalli County Public Health at (406) 375-6672 to report a possible exposure.