TULSA, Okla. — Mother Road Market is closed Monday for a deep clean after a member of their staff tested positive for COVID-19.
This comes as coronavirus cases continue to increase across the country and in the state of Oklahoma.
Mother Road Market made the announcement through its Facebook page.
Although Mother Road Market’s measures exceeded State and City health and safety guidelines, we have been notified that one of our MRM family tested positive for COVID-19.
Officials with Mother Road Market tell 2 Works for You the team member who tested positive is not an employee of a merchant inside the market. The member was last inside the food hall on June 25.
Tulsa's first food hall said they are not sure if the member got the virus at work, but they have completed contact tracing and all workers who had close contact with the staff member have self quarantined. The facility is offering coronavirus tests for any staff members who'd like one.
Mother Road Market is closed July 6 for a deep clean and will reopen to curbside and to-go orders only on Tuesday, July 7 and Wednesday, July 8.
The facility said they will require all guests wear a mask in common areas until further notice.
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