An employee at La Dolce Vita, a restaurant in Tartu, was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Thursday, regional daily Tartu Postimees writes.
Danilo Venturini, owner of La Dolce Vita, said the employee in question was notified on July 31 that her friend, with whom she visited Naiiv bar, another night spot to have reported COVID-19 cases, was diagnosed with the coronavirus, Tartu Postimees reported (link in Estonian).
Venturini sent the worker home on the same day to head for testing. A positive result was returned on Wednesday.
The rest of the La Dolce Vita staff have given negative tests, but are quarantining for 14 days on the Health Board's (Terviseamet) recommendation.
The establishment was closed for Thursday in order to do a deep clean, and will be re-opened to customers on Friday.
Editor: Kristjan Kallaste