Employee at Hamilton Farmers' Market tests positive for COVID-19
An individual working at a stall in the Hamilton Farmers’ Market tested positive for COVID-19.
The individual last worked at the Market on April 30 and is currently in self-isolation, according to Hamilton Public Health.
“Although the individual was working with the appropriate face mask and had physical distancing measures in place, the City of Hamilton, the owner of the facility where the market is located, and the Hamilton Farmers' Market are advising the community of the positive test result out of an abundance of caution,” read an official media release.
A thorough cleaning has reportedly taken place at the Market and there is no interruption to hours of operation.
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