Two restaurants in Auburn and one in Lewiston have closed temporarily because of coronavirus cases.

The Holy Donut on 848 Minot St. in Auburn is closed until further notice because one staff member tested positive for COVID-19. In a statement, Holy Donut said the last day the employee worked was Saturday. The shop will reopen once the entire staff has been tested and the store has been cleaned in accordance of Maine Central of Disease Control guidelines.

Holy Donut shops in Portland and Scarborough will remain open.

Gritty McDuff’s Brew Pub at 68 Main St. in Auburn will reopen Wednesday. It announced on its Facebook page Friday that it would be closed “until middle of next week” because two members of its staff tested positive for the virus.

“We are taking the time to test, rest, recover and extensively clean our 68 Main St. brewpub,” the post said. “We will open next week pending negative test results and satisfaction of CDC required quarantines.”

On Tuesday, Chick-a-dee of Lewiston at 1472 Lisbon St. closed due to potential exposure to COVID-19.

“We’ve been in contact with local and state authorities and they believe there is no threat to any of our community members and said we do not need to close,” according to the restaurant’s Facebook post. “However, out of extreme caution we will be shutting down to have employees tested and the building cleaned.”

The restaurant plans to reopen Thursday.

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