COVID Outbreaks Close 32 Businesses in Toronto, Peel – fr

COVID Outbreaks Close 32 Businesses in Toronto, Peel – fr

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Sixteen businesses in Toronto and the Region of Peel have been ordered to close at least partially due to COVID-19 outbreaks.

Distribution, logistics and shipping services dominate the list of closures for the two health units, including three Amazon fulfillment centers, two separate branches of a retail fulfillment center, and a partial closure at the Gateway terminal of Canada Post in Mississauga.

The Region of Peel added five new companies to its list of closures on Friday: Massiv Automated Systems in Brampton, Aluma Systems in Bolton, TJX Canada distribution centers in Brampton and Mississauga, and Amazon’s YYZ-3 distribution center in 7995 Winston Churchill Blvd. in Brampton – the third warehouse for the huge online retailer closed by the region.

All the closures were partial except for Aluma Systems, which was ordered to shut down completely.

Partial closures mean the layoff of entire jobs or work areas, while full closures mean the whole business has to shut down.

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Toronto, which updates its list every Thursday, added three new partial closures – The Vinyl Company at 770 Fenmar Dr., Canada Goose Clothing at 33 Commander Blvd., and five contractors at an Ellis-Don construction site. on Dufferin Street north of Queen St. W.

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The closures, ordered by local medical officers of health under section 22 of the Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act, apply to businesses if five or more employees test positive for COVID in a 14 day period.

Closures typically last 10 days, but can be extended if necessary.

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