The sit-down area of Red Deer's Tim Hortons at 3020 22nd St. was closed to the public on Monday because of an "evolving health situation." The drive-through was open and remained busy.
Photo by PAUL COWLEY/Advocate staff

Red Deer Tim Hortons restaurant dining room closed due to “evolving health situation”

Drive-through at Tim Hortons in southeast Red Deer remained open

The dining section of a Red Deer Tim Hortons restaurant was closed on Monday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

A sign posted in the door Monday said the dining room was closed due to an “evolving health situation.”

In a brief statement, the restaurant said Tuesday, the Tim Hortons media team said a team member was tested positive for the virus on Nov. 29. Their last shift at the restaurant was on Nov. 24.

The drive-thru at 3020 22nd St. restaurant remained open and was busy Monday.

“Following the public health guidelines, the restaurant was closed for cleaning and sanitization and re-opened Nov. 30,” the statement said.

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