Pizza Zone announced via Facebook that the business will reopen July 8 at 2 p.m. following a 10-day temporary closure after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 on June 27.
According to the post, customers may experience longer wait times than usual for pickup and delivery, as the pizzeria will be operating with a limited staff until all employees receive COVID-19 test results.
Posted June 29 at 3:48 p.m.
Pizza Zone will be temporarily closed until July 6 following a positive COVID-19 test result among the pizzeria's employees June 27.
Located at 4660 Louetta Road, Ste. 130, Spring, Pizza Zone is owned by husband and wife Paul and Debbie Gainor, who celebrated 20 years in business Feb. 8. The eatery offers make-your-own and specialty pizzas, salads, calzones, wings and pasta for dine-in, carryout and delivery.
According to a June 27 Facebook post, the coronavirus-positive employee last worked at Pizza Zone one week prior. The Gainors added that during the temporarily closure, they would be requiring each of the Pizza Zone's more than 40 employees to get tested for COVID-19 while taking time to deep clean and take extra sanitation measures. The couple aims to reopen their business by July 6.
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