By Samantha Day • 14 March 2020 • 14:09
Mayan Monkey Mijas, an award winning chocolate factory that has been featured on the BBC, Spain television and various other shows, has confirmed that it is closed from today due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Mayan Monkey Mijas in the heart of beautiful Mijas Pueblo, has confirmed that they have made the decision to close for at least 15 days from the 14th of March, in order to protect the spread amongst their team and clients.
A statement has been made by Jason Godwin, that reads: ‘Due to the threat of coronavirus, we have taken the decision to help prevent its spread and to protect our clients and our team. Mayan Monkey Mijas will be closed for at least fifteen days from today the 14th of March. We will keep you posted and look forward to welcoming you once the virus is under control. We’re all in this together. Let’s stay home. Let’s stay safe. Lets beat this together.’
People have taken to the public announcement, supporting their difficult decision.
It comes as the same day that flights were redirected before landing at Spanish airports, and cases jump to over 5,000.
Bars, restaurants and beaches remain closed, as the country is desperately trying to manage the outbreak that appears to be flooding Spain.
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