Three Porthcawl pubs struck with Coronavirus as hunt on for Cowbridge stag party.

The seaside town of Porthcawl has three pubs struckdown with Coronavirus infections

It’s been announced that the following three pubs in Porthcawl, have had a number of confirmed cases of corona virus and are asking anyone that visited on the evening of Friday September 11, to keep a close eye out for symptoms and to book a Covid-19 test if symptoms persist. The pubs affected are, The Royal Oak in South Road, The Marine on the Esplanade and The Pier on the Esplanade.
All three pubs combined have over 32 infections reported between them.
Porthcawl is a popular seaside resort in South Wales, that sees many visitors from surrounding counties visit.
Whilst most of those counties are now in lockdown, including nearby Bridgend, some such as the Vale of Glamorgan have escaped so far but sources from the town of Porthcawl have revealed that a Stag party from Cowbridge frequented the three bars on the evening of Spetember 11th.
“A stag party from Cowbridge of around 30 lads visited the three bars on the evening in question, they were of mixed ages that looked like a few fathers and sons” said the bar worker from one of the establishments.
“It’s advisable that anyone on the stag party gets tested as soon as possible to rule out infection” he further told Global247news.
Cowbridge is a small market town just several miles down the road in the Vale of Glamorgan and a tight nit community that so far has been fairly isolated from COVID-19.  Global247News Twitter

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