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Val Caron Pita Pit temporarily closes dining room as a precaution

In-store takeout orders, curbside pickup orders still an option
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Pita Pit in Val Caron is temporarily closing its dining room in light of the increase in COVID-19 cases across the city.

“We care about the well-being of our guests and staff,” the restaurant wrote. “We have the public’s best interest in mind, therefore, we will be closing our dine-in option only at this time.”

In-store takeout orders are still available, as are call-in curb-side pickup options. Customers entering the restaurant are required to wear a mask, “as our store policy and (Public Health Sudbury and Districts) states it is absolutely mandatory to do so.”

Furthermore, there is a limit on the number of people waiting for orders inside the store, and customers are asked to maintain physical distancing  of two metres or six feet while in the store.

“We would like to thank you all for your  understanding and continued support during these unprecedented times,” said the owners in a post on Facebook.