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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Board of Health contacted the owner of the Dunkin’ in Saxonville to say that a guest who “recently” visited the location had tested positive for COVID-19, said a spokesperson for Dunkin’.

“The franchise owner of this location confirmed no restaurant employees have exhibited any symptoms of the illness,” said the Dunkin’ spokesperson.

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“The franchisee confirmed they followed all the guidelines from the local health officials, and in an abundance of caution, multiple restaurant employees who may have been exposed to the guest were asked to self-quarantine.” said the Dunkin’ spokesperson.

“The franchisee increased disinfection procedures and brought in team members from other locations to temporarily staff the restaurant, and being satisfied, the Board of Health allowed the restaurant to remain open,” said Dunkin’ spokesperson.

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“We have stringent food safety and hygiene standards and remain vigilant to help minimize exposure and continue to emphasize the importance of restaurant employees not coming to work if they are ill,” said Dunkin.


Photo courtesy of Dunkin

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