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Café One in Castle Street in Inverness is temporarily closed after Track and Trace said there was a coronavirus contact there – owner Norman MacDonald hopes the business should reopen by next Wednesday and the closure was to protect staff and customers


By Ian Duncan

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Café One in Castle Street.
Café One in Castle Street.

Café One in Inverness is temporarily closed due to a positive coronavirus test.

Manager Norman MacDonald said they were contacted by Track and Trace to say that someone who was at the Castle Street restaurant had given a positive result.

He said: "We have closed the business so we can get hold of everyone. We are still waiting to hear but we are hoping to reopen next Wednesday."

Mr MacDonald said staff had been taking lateral flow tests and they already had plans in place for when this situation arose. He said: "We've got staff that have got little people at home and we have just got to be careful and think about our customers."

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