Employee at Starbucks location in Mississauga tests positive for COVID-19
A Starbucks location in Mississauga has reopened after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
A Starbucks spokesperson confirmed that an employee who works at the cafe inside the Erin Mills Town Centre-area Indigo store (5025 Glen Erin Dr.) was diagnosed with COVID-19 on October 18.
“We quickly activated our protocols, immediately closing the store and initiating a deep clean overnight following all recommended guidelines from public health authorities,” the spokesperson said in an email to insauga.com
“The partner and other partners who have worked in close contact are self-isolating.”
The spokesperson says the store reopened yesterday (Oct. 20).
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