The mall said the confirmed case was a Bikini Village employee who last worked in the store on Sunday and tested positive for the virus on Monday morning.
In a statement, the mall said the necessary steps were being taken to thoroughly clean and disinfect the store and common areas of the mall.
” The customer [Bikini Village] and CF have taken the necessary action as advised by Public Health by organizing a thorough cleaning of the customer area, which is being done tonight, ”said Sheila Jennings, CEO of the CF Toronto Eaton Center in a statement.
“At the same time, CF is undertaking additional cleaning of all elevator banks, catering tables, common seating, doors and stair handrails, and all other important contact points in the complex.
Jennings said Bikini Village acted “promptly and responsibly” after learning of the confirmed case and immediately contacted public health.
According to Jennings, public health officials informed the mall that no further action was required and that the center could remain open for business.