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Seascape Restaurant closed due to COVID “Superspreader” event; Recent guests invited to be tested
Only one person is linked to ‘Superspreader’ event that shut down Seascape restaurant, according to Trinidad Rancheria
Trinidad Rancheria press release:
The Trinidad Rancheria Tribal Government is pleased to announce the reopening of the Seascape Restaurant on Tuesday, May 4, 2021!
All Seascape employees have been tested for COVID-19 and quarantined or isolated as needed under current CDC guidelines.
While only one known positive case of COVID-19 was present at the Seascape Restaurant, staff consistently performed the COVID-19 procedures recommended by the CDC. Out of caution, the tribe closed the restaurant and worked closely with Humboldt County Public Health on contact tracing and testing to ensure there were no known cases of transmitted COVID-19. at Seascape Restaurant.
All employees who came in contact with the only positive case have been tested and received negative COVID results. The Seascape Restaurant has been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized by an independent cleaning company in accordance with CDC guidelines. Staff have completed the required exposure quarantine periods and employees are back and preparing to reopen. The Seascape employees look forward to seeing all of our customers come back and look forward to serving you again.
Is everyone ready for some of our famous pancakes, or maybe a hearty omelet or breakfast? How about a crispy fish and chips for lunch, a juicy burger with fries, or maybe a fresh salad? And, of course, don’t forget that Erica makes some of the best desserts and treats on the North Coast. We are delighted to see you all again.