TWO more pubs have been forced to close due to coronavirus cases just days after Super Saturday.
The Angel and The Boot and Shoe, both in Ackworth near Wakefield, have closed days after England re-opened bars.
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A customer who visited The Boot and Shoe reportedly tested positive for the killer bug.
The Facebook post said: “Due to a customer, who visited the Boot & Shoe on Saturday afternoon, testing positive for Covid-19 we will be closed today (Thursday 9th July) to carry out a full deep clean and sanitisation.
“We are currently working with NHS Track & Trace to contact all customers who visited on Saturday 4th July.
“All our staff have been tested for the virus today and we will hopefully reopen tomorrow at 4pm.
“Thank you for your assistance and support.”
The Angel, in Ackworth, West Yorkshire, said they were also closed for deep cleaning after a customer, who visited the pub on Super Saturday, tested positive for the virus.
They posted: “We will be closed today 9/7/20 to deep clean after a customer has informed us they have tested positive for Coronavirus.
“This customer visited us on Saturday evening between 8pm and 10pm.
“We have been in contact with all staff member to make sure they are safe and are not showing any symptoms and have advised them on what to do if they are.
“We apologise if anyone has a booking with us and we hope to see you in the near future. We will be reopening tomorrow at 12pm.”
It comes after a boozer who had Covid-19 caused a takeaway, a pub and a vape bar to close.
The Lighthouse in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, the Fox & Hounds, in Batley, West Yorkshire and The Village Home in Alverstoke, Hampshire were the first pubs in England to close after Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were eased.
The reveller was drinking at the Lighthouse Inn, which is one of three English pubs to have to shut after customers later tested positive.
Also drinking in the Lighthouse Inn was an Indian restaurant delivery driver, whose bosses closed their premises when they got the news.
It is thought the drinker showed no symptoms and had been in the beer garden at the pub in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset.
The Lighthouse said pub staff were contacting customers to alert them to the positive virus test.
“This isn’t the message we wanted to write about so soon but The Lighthouse will be closed due to a customer testing positive to Covid-19,” the pub posted online.
Punters across England flocked to pubs and restaurants on Super Saturday to enjoy a drink at the pub after three months of lockdown.
But all three pubs posted on Facebook to alert customers to the closures.
Thousands of thirsty Brits poured into pubs and restaurants and downed 15million pints after they opened their doors for the first time in 104 days on Saturday.
Some pubs were forced to shut after “major disorder”, while boozy Brits were also filmed fighting in the streets.
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