October 24, 2021

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Several staff members at Safeways in Metro Vancouver have tested beneficial for COVID-19

Multiple employees at Safeways in Metro Vancouver have tested positive for COVID-19

“We will proceed to update the COVID-19 tracker below to be clear with you wherever we have been notified of cases of COVID-19 in our shops.”&#13
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Sobeys Inc. states that a number of employees at two of its Metro Vancouver Safeway shops examined good for COVID-19.

On its COVID-19 tracker, the organization lists all of the modern good conditions as well as the stores that the personnel work at. 

“We will continue to update the COVID-19 tracker underneath to be clear with you wherever we have been notified of situations of COVID-19 in our outlets,” writes Sobeys.

“Out of regard for our teammates and their confidentiality, we will under no circumstances launch any particular information about our persons. We will always do every little thing we can to help our teammates and make sure their safety.

“Where by demanded, we will talk with buyers who have shopped in the impacted locale, with store signage, outlining our measures to handle the condition.”

Listed here are the new cases confirmed conditions of COVID-19 that Sobyes has listed on its web site:

  • Aug 4: Staff in Surrey tested optimistic for COVID-19. The very last working day the worker worked was July 30. (Safeway, 8860 – 152 Street, Surrey)
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  • Aug 9: Staff in Surrey tested favourable for COVID-19. The past working day the employee worked was August 1. (Safeway, 8860 – 152 Road, Surrey)
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  • Aug 11:Worker in Surrey tested favourable for COVID-19. The final working day the employee worked was August 1. (Safeway, 8860-152 Avenue, Surrey)
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  • Aug 11: Staff in Surrey tested positive for COVID-19. The previous day the personnel labored was August 1.(Safeway, 12825-16 Avenue, Surrey)
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Sobeys notes that all situations will be removed from the tracker right after 21 times from their original reporting day, except if new information and facts is gained from Community Health.

COVID-19 is distribute by respiratory droplets when a man or woman who is ill coughs or sneezes, while it can also be spread when a healthful man or woman touches an object or floor, like a doorknob or a table, with the virus on it, and then touches their mouth, nose or eyes right before washing their hands.

According to Vancouver Coastal Well being, symptoms to enjoy out for may contain tiredness, decline of appetite, fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, decline of smell and/or diarrhea.

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