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Coronavirus: Brick Tap & Tavern in Huber Heights temporarily closes

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The Brick Tap & Tavern announced a temporary closure Friday after a three positive coronavirus tests.

“Out of extreme caution for our customers, employees, and the community, we have opted to close The Brick Tap & Tavern for at least two days,” the tavern posted on its Facebook page.

Two of six owners and the employee are all from the same family who tested positive for COVID-19, the post stated.

The Brick Tap & Tavern, at 7113 Taylorsville Road in Huber Heights, is one of several businesses to announce temporary closures after positive COVID-19 tests.

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