Pair of Tri-City businesses partially closed following COVID-19 exposure – fr

Pair of Tri-City businesses partially closed following COVID-19 exposure – fr

Two Tri-Cities companies have been added to a list of COVID-19 workplace exposures and are in a 10-day shutdown

According to Fraser Health, Colwin Electrical Group in Port Moody and Canada Cartage’s Port Coquitlam site were recently exposed to the virus.

However, although both are closed in subsequent protocols after at least three employees from each company recently tested positive for COVID-19, both are only partially closed for the sake of spreading in the community.

Colwin’s lower floor in his office at 2829 Murray Street has been closed since Saturday (May 15), while the Canada Cartage office is located at 1488 Coast Meridian Road. is closed to the public and staff only from Friday May 14th.

This is the second and third Tri-City workplace in the past six days to be listed by Fraser Health.

The Petro Canada gas station on 176 Golden Dr. in Coquitlam, also known as Mayfair, remains in its 10-day recovery period after exposure to COVID-19 on May 12.

The workplace exhibit at the closed Polycrete Restorations public office in Coquitlam identified on May 4 has since ended; it was the first since April 22 that a Tri-City business had been listed by Fraser Health.

Currently, there are 14 workplaces across the authority with a partial or full closure in effect after being reported for COVID-19.

May 17

  • Planet Fitness: 2369, chemin McCallum, Abbotsford

May 16

  • Good Life Fitness: 12992, avenue 76A, Surrey

May 15

  • Colwin Electrical Group: 2829 Murray Street, Port Moody
    • Partial – Closure of the ground floor

May 14

  • Dance Collective: 202-4199 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby
  • Canada Cartage: 1488, chemin Coast Meridian, Port Coquitlam
    • Partial – Closed only for office staff
  • West Coast Property Management: 208-8333 East Lake Drive, Burnaby
  • Distributeurs Fibretech Inc.: 8247130 St., Surrey
    • Partial – Closure of the manufacturing department

May 12

  • Petro Canada (Mayfair): 176 Golden Dr., Coquitlam

9th of May

  • Arcteryx: 425 rue Boyne, New Westminster
    • Partial – Closure of manufacturing / offices only and distribution remains open

8 May

  • Deltech Consultants Ltd.: 201-17688 66 Ave., Surrey

Le 5 mai

  • Mécanique Apple: 14931 Spenser Dr., Surrey

Le 2 mai

  • Fitness World – Lougheed: # 262-9855 Austin Avenue, Burnaby

27 avril

  • Samuel, Son & Co. Ltd.: # 300-9087C 198 Street, Langley

26 avril

  • Gurdwara Sahib Brookside: 8365 140th Street., Surrey

Since April 8, Provincial Health Administrator Dr Bonnie Henry has called on all authorities to release the names of workplaces where three or more people are infected with COVID-19 and where transmission is likely to occur. to have occurred.

With the new order, the closure notice can be served by environmental health officials from the health authority or WorkSafeBC in an effort to stop any potential spread of the virus and limit community transmission.

“By using targeted workplace closures around current COVID-19 cases, we may be able to avoid or delay broader workplace closures, which could shut down industries. whole, ”says Fraser Health on its website.

As of this publication (May 18), Fraser Health has recorded 81,634 lab-confirmed COVID-19 infections, including 285 new cases detected in the past 24 hours.

There have been 872 virus-related deaths in the regional authority since the start of the pandemic.

Currently, there are 2,961 active cases, 74 people admitted to intensive care out of 199 hospitalizations and 77,666 recoveries.


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