2 more local restaurants close temporarily due to COVID-19 exposure; one urges diners to be tested – Dayton Daily News

The 2 independent dining establishments have a family connection: Mary Miller, who co-owned and ran the Barnsider dining establishment in Harrison Twp. for more than 4 years prior to it closed down in 2016, co-founded The Wellington Grille in 1998 with other members of her family, and ended up being co-owner of Harrisons in 2005.
No workers are shared between the two dining establishments, a representative for Harrisons informed this news outlet Monday early morning, Oct. 12.
In Facebook remarks, customers of both restaurants thanked the owners for the notices and praised their transparency. There is no specific legal requirement in Ohio that mandates restaurant owners should reveal team member positive COVID-19 tests.
” Thank you for your honesty,” one client of Harrisons wrote. “We will all be waiting and ready to support you when you reopen.”
ExploreCOSI plans a free science activity giveaway in Dayton” Prayers to everybody, and thank you for your due diligence to make sure security for everybody– personnel and visitors,” a client of The Wellington Grille wrote.
According to Responsible Restart Ohio procedures created by state health officials and Gov. Mike DeWine to assist keep the coronavirus pandemic in check, it is necessary for dining establishments and bars to “right away separate and look for medical care for any individual who establishes symptoms while at work, get in touch with the local health district about believed cases or direct exposures, and shut down the area for deep sanitation if possible.”
The “advised best practices” in such cases call upon a dining establishment or bar to “deal with the local health department to identify potentially infected or exposed individuals to assist facilitate effective contact tracing/notifications; when testing is readily available, test all presumed exposures or infections; and following screening, contact the local health department to start proper care and tracing,” according to the Responsible Restart Ohio file.
On Friday, Warped Wing Brewing Co. momentarily closed its downtown Dayton craft brewery and dining establishment due to an employees favorable COVID-19 test. The brewerys brand-new Springboro area was not impacted.