Hamilton Mountain FreshCo employee tests positive for COVID-19

News Jun 03, 2020 Hamilton Mountain News

An employee at a Hamilton Mountain FreshCo store tested positive for COVID-19, according to an online tracker established by the store’s parent company, Sobeys Inc.

The employee, who last worked on May 25, is employed at the 601 Upper Gage Ave. store. The positive test result was posted to the online tracker May 30.

Sobeys Inc. says the COVID-19 tracker is part of an effort to be transparent with customers, once the company has been notified of coronavirus cases in its stores.

Sobeys says all cases will be removed from the tracker after 21 days from their initial reporting date, unless new information is received from public health.

Hamilton Mountain FreshCo employee tests positive for COVID-19

Employee last worked May 25

News Jun 03, 2020 Hamilton Mountain News

An employee at a Hamilton Mountain FreshCo store tested positive for COVID-19, according to an online tracker established by the store’s parent company, Sobeys Inc.

The employee, who last worked on May 25, is employed at the 601 Upper Gage Ave. store. The positive test result was posted to the online tracker May 30.

Sobeys Inc. says the COVID-19 tracker is part of an effort to be transparent with customers, once the company has been notified of coronavirus cases in its stores.

Sobeys says all cases will be removed from the tracker after 21 days from their initial reporting date, unless new information is received from public health.

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Hamilton Mountain FreshCo employee tests positive for COVID-19

Employee last worked May 25

News Jun 03, 2020 Hamilton Mountain News

An employee at a Hamilton Mountain FreshCo store tested positive for COVID-19, according to an online tracker established by the store’s parent company, Sobeys Inc.

The employee, who last worked on May 25, is employed at the 601 Upper Gage Ave. store. The positive test result was posted to the online tracker May 30.

Sobeys Inc. says the COVID-19 tracker is part of an effort to be transparent with customers, once the company has been notified of coronavirus cases in its stores.

Sobeys says all cases will be removed from the tracker after 21 days from their initial reporting date, unless new information is received from public health.

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