Several Savannah restaurants and bars have closed their doors recently after patrons or employees tested positive or came in contact with the coronavirus. The... Savannah businesses close after positive COVID-19 tests

Several Savannah restaurants and bars have closed their doors recently after patrons or employees tested positive or came in contact with the coronavirus. The closures come less than two months after Gov. Brain Kemp began to lift restrictions on restaurants and less than a month since bars have reopened.

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