October 19, 2021

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Coronavirus: Superstore, T&T Supermarket staff test positive for COVID

Coronavirus: Superstore, T&T Supermarket staff test positive for COVID

A store in Vancouver now has three newly certified test-positive employee COVID-19 cases.

Major grocery chain workers working in Metro Vancouver tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Newly confirmed virus cases have been announced for people working in stores in Vancouver, Coquitlam and Surrey.

Lobla Companies Limited, the parent company of Real Canadian Superstore, has provided an update for it. COVID-19 employee case lists On December 2nd.

The affected stores are as follows:

  • Real Canadian Superstore, 3185 Grandview Highway, Vancouver: The last day the three team members worked was November 19, November 20 and November 23, respectively.
  • Real Canadian Superstore, 1301 Loughid Highway, Coquitlam: The last day a team member worked was November 24th.
  • Real Canadian Superstore, 7550 King George Bloody, Surrey: The last day a team member worked was November 28th.

In addition, the T&T supermarket owned by Lobla has been updated on its own COVID-19 case lists To include a new store-test-positive example. The affected store is as follows:

  • Coquitlam Store – # 2740-2929 Barnett Heavy: Associate Positive Tested; The last working day was November 21 and he was in custody for the last 10 days.

As a result of a series of test-positive cases among its Kokitlam store employees, T&T closed its position on Barnett Hewe from December 2 to 4.

“Virus condition at [the] The Coquitlam store is not disturbing, “said Tina Lee, CEO of T&T.” So we decided to stamp it. “

Lee continued: “The time has come for our Kokitlam store staff to take a break, and it’s time for the company to take stronger action.”

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T&T conducts in-depth cleaning and sanitizing before reopening on Saturday. Dec. 5. Allows closing staff to inspect, if necessary, and clean the store.

None of the stores listed above are considered coronavirus public exposure sites by Vancouver Coastal Health or Fraser Health.