Coronavirus shuts down two Salt Lake liquor stores

Bryce Cazier was charged with two counts of misdemeanor theft Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. Police say the incident happened at the State Liquor Store at 1688 N. State in Orem.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Two state liquor stores closed Monday because an employee who worked at both locations tested positive for the new coronavirus.

The outlets at 205 W. 400 South and 1255 W. North Temple will remain closed until a professional sanitation and disinfection is completed by an independent company, according to the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. A reopening date is not set.

The DABC will continue to limit the number of customers in stores and maintain social distancing guidelines. Employees will continue to wear masks and disinfect checkout counters after transactions. The agency also asked customers to wear masks inside the stores.

All other Utah liquor and wine stores now open at 11 a.m and close at 7 p.m.

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