Several Decatur businesses temporarily closed due to coronavirus concerns

Some businesses in Decatur have been closed due to concerns about coronavirus.

Posted: Jun 23, 2020 7:49 AM
Updated: Jun 23, 2020 12:34 PM

Several businesses in Decatur have been closed due to concerns about coronavirus.

Mellow Mushroom and Moe's Original Bar B Que in Decatur, along with the Moe’s location in Priceville, were temporarily closed after an employee at one of the businesses tested positive for coronavirus. Since they are under the same ownership, all three locations were closed. They are set to reopen on Tuesday, June 23.

Family Security Credit Union on 6th Avenue closed its lobby and will operate as drive-thru only through at least June 25 after an employee tested positive for coronavirus. The bank says it is allowing the entire branch to self-isolate and the business is being sanitized. Employees from other branches are helping to run the 6th Avenue location right now.

Family Security Credit Union also said an employee at its Hazel Green location may have been exposed to coronavirus, and it’s closed that lobby until further notice as a precautionary measure. Drive-thru service remains open.

Decatur Country Club is also temporarily closed after an employee may have been exposed to coronavirus. It’s expected to reopen this week, and the business said it will post updates to its Facebook page.

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