Brampton Shoppers Drug Mart employees test positive for COVID-19

Apr 6 2021, 1:30 pm

Eleven Shoppers Drug Mart locations in the Toronto area have reported COVID-19 cases among their employees as provincial cases rise.

According to parent company Loblaws Ltd., on March 31, an employee at the 4841 Yonge Street location in Willowdale was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. They had last worked on March 27.

On April 1, two employees at the 2345 Yonge Street location were reported to have tested positive for the virus and had last worked on March 26 and March 29.

On April 1, an employee at 900 Albion Road was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. They had last worked on March 30.

On April 3, an employee at 9306 Bathurst Street location in Vaughan was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. They had last worked on March 29.

Two employees at the 265 Port Union Road location in Scarborough were reported to have tested positive for the virus on April 3 and had last worked on March 23 and March 27.

On April 4, an employee at the 2550 Finch Avenue West in North York was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19. They had last worked on March 31.

On April 4, an employee at the 2000 Queen Street East location was reported to have tested positive for the virus. They had last worked on March 30.

On April 4, an employee at the 1015 Lakeshore Boulevard East location was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19 and they had last worked on March 27.

On April 5, an employee at 980 Central Park Drive in Brampton was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19 and had last worked on April 1.

On April 5, an employee at the 666 Burnhamthorpe Road location in Etobicoke was reported to have tested positive for the virus and had last worked on April 1.

On April 5, two employees at the 160 Main Street South in Brampton were reported to have tested positive for the virus and had last worked on March 28 and April 1.

Loblaws updates their coronavirus cases reported in stores by province within the last 15 days in an effort for transparency.

“In addition, we have mandated that our staff and customers wear masks in Extra Foods, Fortinos, Maxi, No Frills, Real Canadian Superstores, and T&T stores across Canada,” said Loblaws.

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