Lakewood Pizza Hut Slated To Close Due To COVID-19 Outbreak

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LAKEWOOD – The Lakewood Pizza Hut location is slated to close Wednesday due to the novel Coronavirus outbreak.

A restaurant employee told WNYNewsNow the regional franchise owners in Western New York made the decision, effecting several restaurants in the area.

As of Monday morning, Dunkirk’s Pizza Hut was closed and workers at the Olean location said they are scheduled to close Wednesday as well. Workers in Olean explained they are running low on some supplies and those who want to get a final slice should do so sooner than later.

Last month, New York State ordered restaurants to close their dining room facility’s and move solely to takeout service.

In Chautauqua County, officials launched a website geared towards promoting local restaurants and retail businesses who were still providing services amid the pandemic.

Employees at Jamestown’s Pizza Hut say they hope to reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic concludes, although they were not specifically told they would.

Workers at the Warren, Pennsylvania Pizza Hut location say they will remain open.



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  1. The quality and mainly the service at this location has been getting worse since they remodeled the store..Covid19 just sealed the dael

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