Less than one month after making its debut in Fort Collins, Brothers Bar & Grill is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak.

According to The Coloradoan, three of the restaurant's employees have the virus, while another likely has it.

Owner Anthony Cortese told the publication that the bar has followed all of the Larimer County Department of Public Health and Environment's (LCDPHE) guidelines since its opening, stating that he believes his employees contracted the virus outside of the restaurant.

He noted that the affected employees will not be working at the bar for two weeks.

Unaffected employees will still undergo daily temperature checks and be required to wash their hands every 30 minutes.

According to LCDPHE, any establishment that sees two or more confirmed cases in a two-week time span is considered to have an outbreak.

In terms of fast food, Chick-fil-A has had the most COVID-19 outbreaks in Colorado since the pandemic began.

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