Mitchell’s Homemade Ice Cream in Beachwood temporarily closed
BEACHWOOD, Ohio – Mitchell’s Homemade Ice Cream store in Beachwood is temporarily closed for cleaning after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the store, it was closed on Friday and will remain so until Sunday. The store follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for deep cleaning.
The employee who tested positive last worked at the site on Tuesday. They are currently in self-quarantine.
Anyone who has pre-ordered or ordered cake online is urged to call the Van Aken store for assistance at 216-450-1129.
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