Jitterz temporarily closes all N. Idaho coffee stands after employees test positive for COVID-19
KOOTENAI CO., Idaho — North Idaho coffee shop Jitterz will be temporarily closing all its locations after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the shop, the employees believed they might have been exposed to the coronavirus and got tested. Three days later, the tests came back positive.
During that time, the two employees worked several shifts across the multiple North Idaho locations.
Jitterz says the employees worked at the following locations and times:
- Saturday, June 20 at Hayden location, afternoon shift
- Sunday, June 21 at Prairie location all day, Pleasant View location in the morning
- Monday, June 22 at Seltice location, mid-morning and mid-afternoon shifts
The coffee shop says they are now deep cleaning their stores and testing all of their employees before reopening.
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