122 Colorado In-N-Out Employees Test Positive for COVID-19

Two In-N-Out locations in Colorado have recently experienced a new outbreak of coronavirus. 

The Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) reported that 122 of the burger chain's employees tested positive for the virus between the state’s only two outlets, with 80 cases in the Colorado Springs location and 42 in the Aurora outpost.

In-N-Out’s Vice President of Operations said affected employees and those in contact with them “have been excluded from the workplace."

As of Friday, there have been no deaths and no customer infections traced back to the outbreak at the two restaurants.


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