A bar in Grand Junction has temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Charlie Dwellington's has announced that they'll remain closed until their whole staff is tested.

Another business in Grand Junction has temporarily closed because of coronavirus. Last weekend, Bin 707, Tacoparty, and Bin Burger announced that they would be temporarily closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The original case was at Bin 707 Foodbar and the second positive COVID-19 case was at Tacoparty.

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Just like Bin 707, Tacoparty, and Bin Burger, this business is also temporarily closed voluntarily. Charlie Dwellington's, which is off of N 1st Street in downtown Grand Junction, announced that they're temporarily closed last night.

The bar stated that one of their good friends has tested positive for COVID-19 on their Facebook page so they decided to temporarily close.

Charlie Dwellington's will now remain closed until their entire staff is tested 'out of an abundance of caution.' They have not been told to close, but have chosen to close temporarily to keep our community as safe as possible.

The Grand Junction bar will reopen once they feel it's safe. The comments on Charlie Dwellington's Facebook post announcing the temporary closure are full of support, love, and appreciation for being responsible and putting their customers and friends first.

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