Following Ohio’s single-day COVID case record, Comune announces temporary closure

Jack McLaughlin

If you had plans to stop by the lauded plant-based eatery Commune before the holidays, you may need to hatch a new plan.

That’s because the popular eatery has officially closed for the entire week, according to a post made to its Instagram account yesterday. The closure is due to COVID-19 precautions.

“In an effort to be extra cautious amid the growing rate of new covid cases Comune will be closed for service this week. If you have a reservation and haven’t heard from us yet, we will be in touch soon,” the statement reads. “Our deepest apologies to all of you with plans to come in and dine with us this week. We hate to have to close our doors.”


According to reports, the new Omicron Variant, which was responsible for 73% of new COVID cases last week, is likely contributing to the recent spike in COVID cases.

Commune hasn’t determined exactly when it plans to reopen, but the eatery stated they will announce this soon.

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