A NUMBER of Bendigo businesses have reopened after COVID-19 exposure scares last week.
Bunja Thai restaurant and Pratty's Patch in Maiden Gully were both deemed tier two exposure sites last week.
In posts on Facebook, both businesses have said they will open their doors again after being given the all clear.
A Pratty's Patch spokesperson yesterday said the premises had undergone a deep clean ahead of the reopening.
"After having to shut the pub for a few days while we waited for our COVID-19 results, we're so excited to be back open," staff at Pratty's Patch said in a post.
"Thankfully all our staff all tested negative.
"We would like to thank everyone who reached out to us over the past few days to check in! You guys are awesome."
Bunja Thai restaurant was also thankful to have staff who had also tested negative.
"We are back and open as per usual from this Wednesday," the post read.
"All of our staff tested results came out as 'not detected'.
"Thank you so much for your kind words, support, and encouragement.
"We look forward to seeing you again."
Both venues are open to book for dining-in or takeaway.
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