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Reid's Fine Foods Restaurant & Wine Bar, 4331 Barclay Downs Dr, Charlotte, NC 28209, USA

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Employee test positive for COVID-19

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A worker at Reid’s Fine Foods in SouthPark has tested positive for COVID-19. It is unknown when the worker was last in the store, but the specialty grocer and restaurant closed on Saturday.

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