Two LCBO employees have tested positive for COVID-19 over the first week of March, a decline in reported cases in the last few months.
According to the liquor board, on March 2, an LCBO employee at 22 Poyntz Avenue reported testing positive for COVID-19. They had last worked on February 25.
On March 3, the LCBO at 1838-1844 Avenue Road, reported an employee testing positive for COVID-19 and had last worked on February 25.
The LCBO has also recently updated its store hours due to low daily case numbers, adding Mondays to the schedule.
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In an email statement to Daily Hive, the LCBO confirmed the news of its updated operating hours.
“As the province continues to ease COVID-19 restrictions, the LCBO has updated our operating hours, including opening on Mondays,” said the LCBO spokesperson.
The liquor board also reduced its in-store shopping capacities to 25% due to the provincial lockdown. Customer returns will also be paused throughout the shutdown.
“We continue to restrict capacity and hours in accordance with public health guidance across the province,” said the LCBO