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Hattie B’s Hot Chicken opened at 299 Moreland Ave. NE, Atlanta, this summer. CONTRIBUTED BY MIA YAKEL
Photo: For the AJC
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Hattie B’s reopens after cook tests positive for COVID-19

“Nashville hot” chicken restaurant Hattie B’s reopened in Atlanta on Wednesday, days after learning one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19, according to a company post on Facebook. 

A professional cleaning company sanitized the restaurant, according to the post. The diner was cleared to reopen after meeting Georgia Department of Health guidelines. 


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The restaurant closed Friday after learning one of its cooks contracted COVID-19. The cook, who last worked on April 22, did not have contact with guests.

The restaurant, part of the Nashville, Tennessee, spicy chicken chain, has been open for to-go orders only. It is located at 299 Moreland Ave. 


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