Peel Public Health has shut down three more businesses in Mississauga
Peel Public Health has shut down three more businesses in Mississauga, bringing the total to eight in the city that are currently facing COVID-19 outbreaks.
The three that were added to the list on May 1 are:
- FedEx Shipment Centre, 6895 Bramalea Rd.
- Giraffe Foods Inc., 1774 Drew Rd.
- MTD Metro Tool & Die Ltd., 1065 Pantera Dr.
All three businesses are now placed in partial closure as public health has determined that not all areas of the workplace are affected by the virus.
Under new regulations introduced by Peel Public Health last month, a closure or partial closure happens when five or more people at a workplace test positive for COVID-19 within a period of 14 days.
The closure is meant to stop further spread of the virus while the health department investigates.
The businesses will be allowed to reopen when the health department determines that it is safe for them to do so.
Since April 27 there have been eight businesses in Mississauga that have been affected by the new COVID regulations, all of them remain in partial closure.
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