PROA Restaurant temporarily closing after 1 employee tests positive for COVID-19


Another Guam restaurant is temporarily closing its doors in the wake of a COVID-19 infection.

PROA Restaurant announced in its social media channels that one of its employees has tested positive for COVID-19.

As a precaution, PROA has decided to temporarily cease restaurant operations.

“During this time, we are taking immediate action for mandatory testing for all our employees. In accordance with our established protocols and guidance from CDC and our local Guam Public Health, our restaurant will continiue to be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized,” PROA stated in a post in its Facebook page.

The restaurant said it will resume operations once it has completed all safety measures.

PROA’s temporary closure comes in the wake of a similar closure announced yesterday by Crust Pizzeria which also had an employee test positive for COVID-19.

According to the latest test results released by the Joint Information Center Thursday afternoon, 8 people have tested positive for COVID-19.

The Guam Power Authority also reported that two of its employees tested positive while Calvo SelectCare announced earlier today that it had one employee test positive for COVID-19.