Saugerties restaurant closes following positive Covid-19 test 

Saugerties’ Dutch Ale House announced yesterday that it would close its doors after an employee tested positive for Covid-19.

“We have an employee who has tested positive to COVID and we will be closed while our remaining staff is tested and we properly clean. Please contact with any questions.”

The restaurant’s closures come as cases and hospitalizations are rising in Ulster County, prompting County Executive Pat Ryan to call for residents to adopt the vigilance exhibited in the spring at the height of the outbreak to blunt the impact of a second wave.

Active cases in Ulster have jumped by more than 33 percent in the last week, from 295 to 400. Deaths have held at 98.


Active cases in Ulster as of 11/15/20

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  1. Bill H

    I applaud Dutch Ale House owners for putting the welfare of their staff and patrons over profits. We know it will cost you dearly, too, to be closed for hopefully a short period of time. Rest assured that when it is safe many of us will show our appreciation by enjoying your great food and beers. Hang in there!

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