Peel Public Health orders Mississauga business to close due to outbreak of COVID-19
A Mississauga business has been ordered to close due to an outbreak of COVID-19.
On Friday (May 7), Ms. Embroidery & Screenprinting, located at 3688 Nashua Drive, units 11 and 12 was instructed to close fully by Peel Public Health (PPH).
According to PPH’s website, a business will be instructed to close if five or more employees test positive for the virus within two weeks.
Closures may be full or partial--full closures involve the entire workplace’s premises, while partial closures may involve the mass dismissal of a shift or work area.
“Closures will allow Peel Public Health to stop further spread of COVID-19 between employees while cases in the workplace are investigated,” reads PPH’s website.
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