A NANTWICH shoe shop will reopen after a brief Coronavirus scare.

On Monday, February 17, Clarks in High Street, Nantwich, was forced to closed because of 'unforeseen consequences'.

The store reported that a member of staff was suspected to have contracted the Coronavirus, now known as Covid-19.

But after a self-quarantine and tests from Public Health England, the staff member has been found to not have the disease.

A spokesman for Clarks confirmed the store will re-open tomorrow.

"Clarks is pleased to confirm that our Nantwich store will be re-opening as normal from Tuesday, February 18," the spokesman said.

"The individual staff member affected has now had confirmation from Public Health England that they have tested negative for Coronavirus and are able to leave self-quarantine.

"Throughout this process Clarks has strictly and closely followed the guidance from Public Health England to ensure customer, public and staff safety.

"As a business we will continue to support all our staff throughout this period and we are continuing to take steps at a local and national level to protect both public and staff safety both in line with and in addition to current government advice."