EAST SACRAMENTO (CBS3) — An upscale East Sacramento restaurant is temporarily closing after a staff member tested positive for coronavirus.

In a Facebook post on Wednesday evening, Kru Contemporary Japanese Cuisine let customers know they were closing down after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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The restaurant said all employees will now be tested for the virus and staff members will self-quarantine for the next two weeks. Kru also plans to fully sanitize the restaurant.

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They plan to reopen on July 12, pending further test results.

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The restaurant wrote, “Despite our team’s best efforts to comply and commit to operating safely, this is an example of how anyone can be vulnerable to COVID-19. Please take this as a precaution to follow all social-distancing guidelines to ensure your safety and the safety of others.”