Multiple grocery store and pharmacy locations in Mississauga report new COVID-19 cases
Multiple grocery store and pharmacy locations in Mississauga have reported new COVID-19 cases amongst workers since April 25.
According to the Loblaw COVID-19 tracker, the following locations have staff members who recently tested positive for the virus:
April 28: An employee at the Real Canadian Superstore (3050 Argentia Road) tested positive for COVID-19. Their last day of work was on April 22.
April 28: Two team members tested positive for COVID-19 at David’s NOFRILLS (6435 Erin Mills Parkway). The last day the employees worked was on April 18 and 22.
April 28: Two employees tested positive for COVID-19 at Peter’s valu-mart (1125 Bloor St. East). The last day the employees worked was on April 15 and 19.
April 27: A worker tested positive for COVID-19 at Shoppers Drug Mart (1891 Rathburn Road East). The last day the employee worked was on April 22.
April 26: An employee at Loblaw (5970 McLaughlin Road) tested positive for COVID-19. The last day the employee worked was on April 22.
April 26: A worker tested positive for COVID-19 at Loblaw (250 Lakeshore Road West). The employee last worked on April 19.
April 25: Three workers tested positive for COVID-19 at Marc’s NOFRILLS (925 Rathburn Road. The last day the employees worked was on April 16, 20 and 21.
“Given the important role we play in our communities, we are prepared for all possible situations, including a positive test for COVID-19 in our stores,” Loblaw says on its website.
“In these cases, we work closely with public health and follow their guidance to ensure proper notification of close contacts and required cleaning and sanitization in our stores.”
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