NATICK – Ziti’s Restaurant in Natick announced today, November 18, it has re-opened.
“We would like to update everyone regarding our two week closure. One of our staff members tested positive for COVID-19. As a precaution for the benefit of public health and with the guidelines of the CDC we have decided to close for two weeks. The infected person worked in the back of the house and had little to no contact with the front of the house. Everyone in the front of the house has tested negative,” wrote the popular Italian restaurant on social media. “We have cleaned and disinfected the entire restaurant. We feel that the closing will alleviate the spread of COVID-19.”
“We apologize for the closing and any inconvenience this has caused. We will reopen on Wednesday, November 25. We hope that you will return with confidence and support this small piece of the Natick community,” wrote Domenic and Vincent Rando.
In Massachusetts, if an employee, customer, or vendor of restaurant tests positive or is presumed to be positive for COVID-19, the restaurant must immediately shut down for at least 24 hours, cleaning and disinfecting in accordance with CDC guidelines before reopening.