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Grounded cafe in Alness rolls out full menu from tomorrow after temporary Covid setback


By Hector MacKenzie

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A ROSS-SHIRE cafe that closed following a Covid alert is ready to offer its full menu tomorrow after "a long week and a bit".

Grounded in Alness closed earlier this month due to a member of staff self-isolating because of Covid-19.

After a positive test and following guidelines, the cafe arranged for all other staff members to take tests which proved to be negative.

It reopened last Friday with a reduced menu but said today it is now ready to return to its full menu from tomorrow, opening its usual hours of 10am to 4pm.

It posted: "It's been a long week and a bit, but tomorrow we can finally offer our full menu.

"Come and get a nice bowl of freshly made soup, or have a nice warm cup of coffee with a freshly made scone."

It said earlier it greatly appreciated community support after what had been a testing 18 months.

It's amongst many premises which have been forced to close temporarily because of the crisis.

Cafe thanks community for support following temporary Covid-related closure


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