In-N-Out’s famous for its burger spread, but there’s a new spread at the fast-food joint — COVID.
At least 80 employees have tested positive for coronavirus at 2 franchise locations in the Centennial State … Colorado Springs and Aurora. Yep, it’s the same Aurora joint that recently made headlines for its 12-hour wait after the grand opening.
Colorado health officials revealed 60 positive cases at the Colorado Springs location … while the Aurora joint had 20 positive cases. Hold the calculator — that’s 80 cases. And, there are another 25 probable cases that have not been confirmed at the 2 locations.
The restaurants remain open, but all employees who tested positive were sent home to quarantine.
The outbreak started December 17 in Aurora and December 6 in Colorado Springs. Terrible news for sure … just a month after both locations opened.