The bosses are behind the icon Horseshoe bar On Drury Street and his brother Grand Central O’Neill on Union Street they confirmed to Glasgow Live that six of the employees have tested positive for the virus. Covid-19.
Both O’Neill’s and Horseshoe ribbon It stays open, not closed.
A spokesman for O’Neill Grand Central said Glasgow Live: “ We can confirm that six of the team members are currently isolating themselves.
“We want to reassure our guests once again that we are taking this matter very seriously and that we are monitoring the situation closely with the team.
We will continue to follow the latest advice from Government We can confirm that the pub is currently open as usual. “
The chiefs stated that the bars owned by Mitchell and Butlers were affiliated with the government Track and trace The guidelines.
The spokesman added: “We would like to assure our guests that we are working hard at all times and are very keen to ensure that their safety and well-being, and the safety of our colleagues, remain at the forefront of all for us.” Covid – security Operations.
“We take these measures very seriously and it is our policy that when visiting the pub, it is mandatory for guests to fill out the digital track and trace survey, a system that the competent authorities have been highly complementary to.
“Any guest who pre-booked will already have provided sufficient tracking and tracing details, so they will not need to fill out this form.
“Since the reopening, we have succeeded in introducing robust new security protocols at the bar, which are in line with government directives, including frequent cleaning of all surfaces and new table designs to ensure that guests can socialize within the bar.
“Our team has undergone extensive training in these protocols to ensure that the highest standards of safety and hygiene are maintained at all times.
These completely new procedures are displayed on our website and throughout the bar.
As per the safety protocols approved by the government, our team members carry out daily health checks and are required to closely monitor symptoms. If any of our team starts showing symptoms of Coronavirus, they will need to follow appropriate public health guidelines and self-isolate. “