Miami.- The Mar-a-Lago club, where former President Donald Trump resides in Palm Beach, Florida, United States, was partially closed due to a Covid-19 outbreak among employees, according to an internal communication from the venue .
Mar-a-Lago, where Trump made his home after losing last November’s election, closed the Beach Club (his beach club) and the a la carte dining room after an undisclosed number of employees tested positive for the disease. .
However, the statement added, banquet and event services remain open.RELATED
“As some of our staff recently tested positive for Covid-19, we will temporarily suspend service at the Beach Club and in the à la carte dining room. We are taking this step as a precaution, as are other clubs in our area affected by Covid-19. . We will inform you when the service resumes, “says the note sent to guests.
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According to the Trump-owned club, “all appropriate response measures have already been taken in accordance with CDC (federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines, including triggering a thorough disinfection and cleaning. of the affected areas and all the facilities. “
Trump, his wife Melania Trump and their son Barron have been living in the mansion since they moved out of the White House in January on the same day that Democrat Joe Biden took office.
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All three contracted Covid-19 last year and have recovered.
It is not the first time that the private tourist club has been threatened by the pandemic.
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In April 2020, Mar-a-Lago, with a private beach, six tennis courts, a croquet court, golf course, gym and dance halls, “temporarily” suspended more than 150 service workers due to closure to prevent spread of the coronavirus.
That happened in the same month that the Trump National Doral Golf Club, located in the city of Doral, adjacent to Miami, reported unpaid leave to a total of 560 workers, due to the closure of the establishment due to the measures taken by Covid -19.
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