Framingham Restaurant Temporarily Closes

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FRAMINGHAM – A downtown Framingham restaurant out of an abundance of caution has made the decision to close because a member of the staff has a flu-like symptom.

“We would like to inform you that one of our staff shows flu-like symptoms therefore we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our physical location until all staff members will get the COVID 19 tests result. Your health and well-being is our priority and we feel a strong social responsibility to keep our members, staff, and the loved ones in our community safe and healthy. If all results are negative we will be ready to reopen on Friday the 27,” announced Kous Kous at 40 Hollis Street in downtown Framingham this morning, November 23.

“Even though our physical location is closed right now, we recognize, now more than ever, how important it is for us to continue to power health and wellness in our community and to help you stay fit and healthy right now,” said the establishment.

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Photo courtesy of Kous Kous

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