COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KDVR) — The number of Colorado In-N-Out Burger employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 since Dec. 6 has grown to 122.
According to outbreak data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, there have been 80 cases among staff at the Colorado Springs location.
In November, In-N-Out said they would be hiring 80 burger associates for each location. FOX21 has reached out to see if this number has changed.
There are 42 cases among employees at the Aurora restaurant.
Following the outbreaks, the state encouraged Coloradans to wear a mask when using drive-thrus.
No COVID-19 deaths among employees have been reported.
Both In-N-Out locations opened on Nov. 20 to massive lines. In Aurora, people waited 14 hours for burgers.
The outbreak data is released weekly on Wednesdays.