Kewaunee restaurant closes temporarily due to COVID-19

Port O’ Call in Kewaunee has temporarily closed due to three employees testing positive to COVID-19.  Owner Randy Vandenack says no employee was allowed to work at the restaurant after testing results came back.  He says the Kewaunee County Health Department has been working with the business during the process.



Vandenack adds that the three employees worked different shifts and different departments at the restaurant and did not contract COVID-19 while working at the business.  Plans are for Port O’ Call to reopen on Thursday, September 17.  

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