Employee at Spokane Dutch Bros. on Division St. tests positive for COVID-19

SPOKANE, Wash. — An employee at one of Spokane’s Dutch Bros locations has tested positive for COVID-19, the coffee company said Tuesday. 

According to a release, the employee last worked a morning shift at the stand located at 1306 N. Division St on June 29. 

They tested positive for the virus July 4 and are now self-quarantining. 

“We learned of the positive case on Saturday, 7/4 and immediately started closing procedures,” Butch Bros. said in a release. 

The company is now coordinating with health officials to make sure its cleaning protocols “not only meet, but exceed, expectations.” 

You can read the full release here

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