Employees at Multiple Ontario Grocery Stores Test Positive for COVID-19 – Here are the Affected Locations

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Ontario and the Omicron variant set to become the dominant strain in the next few days, a surge in new infections has emerged in some big-name Ontario grocery stores.

Like the province consider more restrictions, Here are the most recent cases in grocery stores:

Sobeys

December 13: New case at FreshCo, 525 Ninth St. E., Cornwall, being the last day of work on December 3

December 10: New case in Sobeys, 678 Broadway St. RR 7, Tillsonburg, the last day of work being December 6

December 9: New case at Foodland, 209 Alma St., Rockwood, being the last day of work on December 5

December 8: Two new cases at Safeway, 1015 Dawson Rd., Thunder Bay. Last day worked on December 6 and December 4.

December 8: New case in Sobeys, 130 Cedar Street, Cambridge. Last day worked December 3

December 8: New case at Foodland, 7 Front St., MacTier, being the last day of work on December 4

December 7: New case at FreshCo, 3505 Upper Middle Road, Burlington, and the last day of work was December 4

December 6: New case in Sobeys, 20210 Communication Rd., Blenheim, being the last day worked on December 1

December 6: New case at FreshCo, 1245 Dupont St., Toronto, the last day of work being November 30

Meter

December 11: New infection in Metro, 4111 Thickson Rd., Whitby, and the last day of work was December 2.

December 11: Two new infections in Metro, 2208 Lake Shore Blvd. West, Toronto The last days of work for the employees were November 22 and 26.

December 11: Two new cases at the Metro distribution center, 170 The West Mall, Etobicoke, being the last days worked on December 10 and November 29.

December 10: New Infection in Food Basics, 1350 16th St., Owen Sound. The employee’s last day of work was December 5.

December 10: New Infection in Food Basics, Hwy # 93 and Hugel Ave., Midland. The employee’s last day of work was December 3.

December 7: New infection in Metro, 333 King Street East, Gananoque, being the last day of work on December 3

December 7: New infection in Staples, 2200 Jane St., North York. The last day worked was November 29.

December 6: New infection in Staples, 33 Barrack St., Kingston. The employee’s last day of work was November 27.

Farmer

December 14: New case in 2149 Yonge Street, Toronto, being the last day of work on December 12.

December 13: New case in 2950 Bank Street, Ottawa. The last day worked was December 6.

December 10: Two new cases in 109 Fanshawe Park Rd. Mi (Unit 20), London, with the last days worked on December 9 for both employees

December 9: New case in 6315 Hazeldean Rd, Stittsville, being the last day of work on November 16.

long pants

A new case in each of the Bathurst Y Weston locations, the last days worked being December 4 (Weston) and December 5 (Bathurst).

“While we do our best to ensure the accuracy of information (in cases of COVID-19), the situation and information provided to us is rapidly evolving,” Longo’s said in an online statement. “This information is subject to immediate correction as new facts become available to us.”

Longo Chairman Anthony Longo added: “Doing the right thing is part of the very fabric of our company. As a family business, the well-being of our team members and our guests is our number one priority. I want to personally emphasize that COVID-19 has our undivided attention. We continue to monitor the situation closely and remain committed to ensuring that every family has access to fresh and essential food, especially in times of uncertainty, while keeping everyone safe and healthy. “

McDonald’s meanwhile, joins Loblaw Companies Limited, whose stores include No Frills, Real Canadian Superstore

and Shoppers Drug Mart, which last summer decided to stop making COVID-19 boxes public in its stores.

 

Reference-www.thestar.com

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