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Heinen's closes Pepper Pike store after employee tests positive for COVID-19

The associate is in self-quarantine.

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio — Heinen's has announced that an associate at its Pepper Pike store tested positive for COVID-19. 

The employee is now in self-quarantine. The last day the associate worked was Wednesday, March 25.  

The store will remain closed and it will receive a deep cleaning performed by a professional crew using a food-approved antiviral cleaner. The sales and backroom areas will be cleaned in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Shoppers should check on the Heinen's website and social media for a date on when the store will reopen.

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