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Salúd Juicery On South Fraser Street Temporarily Closes

State College’s Salúd Juicery has temporarily closed its doors after an undisclosed number of its staff members tested positive for the coronavirus, according to its website.

However, an optimistic message on its answering machine said the restaurant could reopen soon.

“Unfortunately, at this time, we have to close our doors,” an employee on the answering machine said. “We’ll hopefully let you know soon when we can reopen.”

Salúd’s GrubHub page is offline, while its Facebook page hasn’t been updated since June 2019.

Salúd’s location at 109 S. Fraser Street opened in August 2018. The restaurant sold smoothies, açaí bowls, juices, and more under a health-food brand.

Should it close for good, Salúd would join a number of borough favorites, including Sadie’s Waffles and Brothers Pizza, in shutting its door over the past few months.

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