Two area businesses have temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure.
Duluth Cider closed its taproom and production facility due to a staff member testing positive for the virus, according to a post on its Facebook page Sunday. Both will remain closed as members of staff are tested and the taproom is deep cleaned and sanitized. Its future reopening plan will be posted on its Facebook page when given the all-clear.
Yellow Bike Coffee closed both locations in Hermantown and inside the Fitger's shopping center in Duluth, according to a post on its Facebook page. Both shops were closed by noon on Sunday due to a family member of a member of staff testing positive for COVID-19. The coffee shop stated staff members will get tested, the businesses will deep clean and reopen for drive-thru when possible.