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Pure Barre temporarily closes due to increasing number of COVID-19 cases in county

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Pure Barre on June 9, 2020.

Update, 1:33 p.m.
Pure Barre announced all of its staff was advised to be tested after a desk staff member tested positive for the virus. The member has been asymptomatic and the last time they were at the studio was early morning June 2, and is currently under a 10 day quarantine at home. The member was wearing a mask during the visit.
Original brief:
Pure Barre San Marcos decided to temporarily close its doors from June 9-13 due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Hays County, the gym announced on Facebook June 9.
As of June 8, the Hays County Health Department reported a total of 441 lab-confirmed cases of the virus and 203 active cases.
Pure Barre said they will be conducting a deep cleaning of the facility and will be holding Facebook live streams moving forward.
“During our closure, we are going to conduct deep cleanings of the studio to ensure the safety of our members and staff for re-opening,” Pure Barre posted.
The Star will provide updates as they are made available. 

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