The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A McDonald’s restaurant in downtown Atlanta was temporarily closed this week after a Fulton County health inspection found multiple code violations, according the state Department of Public Health.
The violations at the McDonald’s at 35 Forsyth St. left the restaurant with a failing score of 46 out of 100, according to an inspection report dated June 19.
After a re-inspection Wednesday, the restaurant reopened Thursday afternoon with a score of 100, a company official said.
Violations ranged from employees not washing their hands or wearing hair nets, to the absence of someone in charge who could “demonstrate and articulate proper food handling procedures.” The restaurant also failed to “eliminate the presence of rodents.”
“We take restaurant sanitation and cleanliness very seriously,” Yves Dominique, greater Atlanta McDonald’s operator, said in a statement to The Atlanta