Warm Up Café to close for two weeks

 | Wed 7 Apr 2021 15:47 ICT

Yet again, Warm Up café is beingn shut down after the Covid centre of Chiang Mai announced that two of the recent group of patients with the virus had been confirmed to have recently been partying there.

According to authorities, Chang Mai province’s patient number 74, a 24 year old woman, had partied at Warm Up Café a few days after she was confirmed to have had the virus.

The Public Health Office has sprayed the entire venue with disinfectant and all staff are being tested.

“As per discovery that patient number 74 had been to Warm Up Café (symptom-free) between the 28th March and 3rd April, in order to help authorities effectively trace contact, we have now received orders to close Warm Up Café between 6th and 19th April,” announced Warm Up Café’s Facebook yesterday.

Warm Up went on to reassure the public that while some patients have been found to have patronised the popular venue, none were symptomatic and in spite of regular spot-checks, Warm Up have consistently passed all health and hygiene standards set by the authorities.