Cisco’s Salsa Company temporarily closes after employees test positive for coronavirus

Two Cisco's Salsa Company employees tested positive for the coronavirus. (April Halpin/Community Impact Newspaper)
Two Cisco's Salsa Company employees tested positive for the coronavirus. (April Halpin/Community Impact Newspaper)

Two Cisco's Salsa Company employees tested positive for the coronavirus. (April Halpin/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Cisco’s Salsa Company will temporarily close until mid-July after two employees tested positive for coronavirus, the restaurant announced on its Facebook page June 29.

Located at 209 Commerce St., Tomball, Cisco’s Salsa Company has tested the rest of its staff, and no others have shown any symptoms.

The restaurant had been following safety guidelines, such as all employees wearing masks, daily deep cleanings, pre-shift temperature checks, socially distant seating and having hand sanitizer readily available, according to the post.

Prior to reopening, the restaurant will be deep-cleaned, and all staff will be tested once more.

As of now, the restaurant does not have a set reopening date, but it is currently examining its possibilities.


“If [the coronavirus positivity rate] remains as high as it is today, we will most likely start off with just takeout orders, and possibly outdoor seating,” according to the post.