HOLLYWOOD — Skylight Books will briefly close through Tuesday after a staff part tried positive for COVID-19, the store reported on Wednesday.
“An individual from our staff has recently gotten a positive COVID-19 test outcome. They are presently liberated from side effects, and we trust they remain so. Be that as it may, out of a wealth of alert, we will be shutting down our store and ensuring everybody on our staff gets tried before they re-visitation of work,” Skylight GM Mary Williams wrote in an email to clients.
“Following the CDC’s rules, we’ll be requesting that our staff get tried five days after their last imparted move to our positive associate,” she said. “This implies Skylight Books will be completely shut through Tuesday,
January 5. This incorporates our request pickup entryway, which will likewise be shut, to permit all our staff to stay home and forestall any COVID spread by means of the store.”
Clients can even now arrange books on the store’s site, however the staff “won’t have the option to measure in-stock books, transport anything out or permit request pickups until after we re-visitation of work. When we return, we’ll have an overabundance of requests, so it’ll probably take us a few days to get up to speed,” Williams said.