Former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida, has been partially closed after several of its staff members tested positive for COVID-19.
According to AP News, an email was sent to members that said that service had been temporarily suspended in the club's dining room and at its beach club because some staff members had recently tested positive.
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It said the club had undertaken "all appropriate response measures," including sanitizing affected areas," and that banquet and event services will stay open. "The health and safety of our members and staff is our highest priority," it read.
Trump himself caught the virus last year, as did his wife Melania Trump and son, Barron Trump. The president first refused to wear masks and his administration held several events where attendees did not wear masks. They were nicknamed "super spreader" events because attendees always tested positive after.
New president Joe Biden has taken a hard stance to defeat the virus -- he aims to have enough vaccines for every American citizen by May.