Pennsauken County Club Closes After Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19
Golf courses were one of the first types of businesses in New Jersey allowed to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. But now, one local course and its clubhouse restaurant have closed again because of it.
Pennsauken County Club, on Haddonfield Rd. in Pennsauken, has shut down their golf course and Marco's restaurant after one of the club's employees, reportedly a grounds keeper, tested positive for COVID-19, according to Courier Post.
A statement on Pennsauken Country Club's official website says it be closed for the next several days while the facility is extensively sanitized and other club employees undergo virus testing. 'The Country Club will not reopen until we are confident that it is 100 percent safe for staff and the public.', the statement reads.
It's a reminder that while South Jersey is slowly trying to wade back into normalcy, coronavirus continues to be a threat.
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