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Restaurants reopen after coronavirus scare

While businesses across the state are taking the recommended precautions to protect employees and customers, two Sturgeon Bay restaurants are reopening after dealing with the coronavirus head-on. Culver’s and the McDonald’s location on Egg Harbor Road both voluntarily closed their doors last week after having team members test positive for COVID-19. The restaurants got thorough cleanings during their week closed while Culver’s owner Austin Hildebrand and McDonald’s operator Ryan Larson made sure they would be adequately staffed when they reopened. Hildebrand says they are taking more precautions to keep customers and employees safe while they go through the drive-through.

During its closure, Culver’s collected 100 items of food and will donate another $100 for Feed my People Clothe My People Door County.

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