Popular Clemson college restaurant, pool hall closes because of coronavirus

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CLOSED, LULULEMON SAYS ONLINE BUSINESS JUMPED 70%. BREAKING NEWS JUST IN, WE HAVE LEARNED TO CLEMSON FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND IMMENSE BEST BALLPLAYER TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. THAT IS ACCORDING TO SCHOOL OFFICIALS. THEY SAY STUDENT ATHLETES BEGAN TAKING PART IN THE FIRST IN PERSON ELEMENT OF THE RETURN PLANS AND OFFICIALS SAY STUDENT ATHLETE IS DIAGNOSED WITH THE VIRUS, STATE HEALTH LEADERS ARE NOTIFIED SO THEY CAN CONTACT ANYONE WHO WAS IN CONTACT WITH THE PATIENT. 169 ATHLETES WERE T

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Popular Clemson college hangout closes because of coronavirus

Tiger Town Tavern also cites spike in state’s coronavirus cases

(Above video was published on June 12.)A popular downtown Clemson restaurant and pool hall has closed its doors, blaming coronavirus.Tiger Town Tavern, on College Avenue, posted on its Facebook page Tuesday that it was closing until further notice.The post said one employee tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday morning.Calls to the tavern were not immediately returned.The news comes one week after a popular downtown Greenville restaurant closed its doors indefinitely because of coronavirus. More on that here. Additional coronavirus resources:Tracking COVID-19 curve of cases, deaths in the Carolinas, Georgia Latest update on coronavirus cases, latest headlines in Carolinas, Georgia COVID-19 maps of Carolinas, Georgia: Latest coronavirus cases by countySign up for WYFF News 4 coronavirus daily newsletter

(Above video was published on June 12.)

A popular downtown Clemson restaurant and pool hall has closed its doors, blaming coronavirus.

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Tiger Town Tavern, on College Avenue, posted on its Facebook page Tuesday that it was closing until further notice.

The post said one employee tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday morning.

Calls to the tavern were not immediately returned.

The news comes one week after a popular downtown Greenville restaurant closed its doors indefinitely because of coronavirus. More on that here.

Additional coronavirus resources:

Sign up for WYFF News 4 coronavirus daily newsletter

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