British Columbia Grocery Stores and Pharmacies Post Warning Notices – fr

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British Columbia Grocery Stores and Pharmacies Post Warning Notices – fr


VANCOUVER – Several more warning notices were posted at grocery stores and pharmacies across British Columbia over the weekend after employees in some locations recently tested positive for COVID-19.

The advisories were issued by parent company Loblaws, warning of possible exposure to the disease.

The latest reviews have been posted for the following stores:

  • Real Canadian Superstore at 8195 120th St. in Delta. A notice was posted on April 30; the employee last worked on April 23.
  • Shoppers Drug Mart at 2871 Livingstone Avenue in Abbotsford. A notice was posted on May 1; the employee last worked on April 28.
  • Real Canadian Superstore at 2855 Gladwin Rd. In Abbotsford. A notice was posted on May 1 regarding two employees; they worked for the last time on April 24 and 26.
  • Shoppers Drug Mart at 2748 East Hastings St. in Vancouver. A notice was posted on May 1; the employee last worked on April 27.
  • Shoppers Drug Mart at 7820 Williams Rd. In Richmond. A notice was posted on May 1; the employee last worked on April 20.
  • Real Canadian Superstore at 32136 Lougheed Hwy. on a mission. A notice was posted on May 2 regarding two employees; they worked for the last time on April 23 and 29.
  • Real Canadian Superstore at 45779 Luckakuck Way in Chilliwack. A notice was posted on May 2 regarding five employees; they last worked on April 19, April 25, April 26 and April 27.
  • Real Canadian Superstore at 19851 Willowbrook Dr. in Langley. A notice was posted on May 2; the employee last worked on April 28.
  • Genuine Canadian supermarket at 7550 King George Boulevard. in Surrey. A notice was posted on May 3 regarding “several team members”. Their last days of work were not provided.

“Given the important role we play in our communities, we are prepared to face any possible situation, including testing positive for COVID-19 in our stores,” Loblaws said in a statement on its website.

“In these cases, we work closely with public health and follow their advice to ensure proper notification of close contacts and the necessary cleaning and disinfection in our stores. “

On April 12, a new public health order allowed prevention officers at WorkSafeBC to begin serving businesses with shutdown orders after three or more employees tested positive for the disease.

Closures last for at least 10 days, but some workplaces may avoid being closed if it is determined that it is “in the best public interest” to keep them open, according to health officials. It does not appear that any grocery stores in British Columbia have been forced to close since the health ordinance was announced.

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