Kirkcaldy snooker hall closes for deep clean after link to positive COVID case

A snooker hall in Kirkcaldy has been forced to close its doors after being connected to a positive COVID test.

Monday, 7th June 2021, 10:57 am
Styx, Kirkcaldy, aims to re-open on Friday after a week of deep cleaning following link to positive COVID case.

Styx Kirkcaldy aims to be re-open from Friday after a deep clean.

The Victoria Road pool and billiards hall - which had only just re-started after a prolonged closure during lockdown - announced on its Facebook page it had closed following a link to a positive case..

A statement said: “We have waited a long time to get open again - but we are now forced to close once again.

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“We are following all of the government guidelines and we are in contact with Test and Protect.

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“We apologise for any inconvenience this causes but we have to look after our staff and customer’ health.”

Work on a deep clean of the premises started today, and Styx aims to re-open from Friday, June 11.

Styx is still taking bookings for the big England v Scotland game on Friday June 18.

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