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St. Elmo longtime bartender dies after COVID diagnosis, employees say; restaurant reopens – IndyStar

The steakhouse reopened after employee COVID outbreak and the death of a longtime employee.

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St. Elmo Steak House has survived two world wars and the Spanish Flu, and will survive COVID-19 according to President of Huse Culinary, Craig Huse.
Indianapolis Star
State officials are inquiring about a death of a St. Elmo Steak House worker amid an outbreak of COVID-19 cases at the restaurant.
The restaurant was back serving Monday after multiple employees had tested positive for the coronavirus. Still, many workers opted to quarantine rather than get a required test, hampering the full strength…

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