Barnesville DQ Closes After Two Employees Report Being Near COVID-19 Patient
They are at home and under self-quarantine
BARNESVILLE, Minn. — Barnesville Dairy Queen has put out a notice that two employees there were near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
The employees have not tested positive and do not have any symptoms.
They are at home and under self-quarantine.
As a precaution the Dairy Queen has suspended its operations and closed for the time being.
Minnesota Department of Health confirmed Thursday the first coronavirus case in Clay County in a man age 18-24 who recently traveled internationally.
Barnesville Mayor Jason Rick says he hasn’t been notified if the positive Clay County case is in his town.