More COVID-19 concerns in Niagara Falls after Niagara Speedway employee reportedly tests positive
There are more concerns about COVID-19 in Niagara Falls as a memo claiming an employee of the Niagara Speedway tested positive for the virus circulates online.
Several people who work on Clifton Hill have reported receiving an email regarding the case.
The memo states team members who may have come into close contact with the infected person between July 12 - 14th were notified and instructed to self-isolate and get tested.
After the case was discovered, the Speedway performed a deep clean of the facility.
The team member who tested positive exclusively works at the Speedway in the pit and on the track.
This comes after video of a crowded Clifton Hill surfaced.
Few people in the video are following COVID-19 protocols, including physical distancing.
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