Employee of Ottawa Metro store tests positive for COVID-19
Metro says an employee of its grocery store on Beechwood Avenue in Ottawa has tested positive for COVID-19.
The company says the employee's positive test result was reported on Nov. 25. The employee had last been at work at the Metro at 50 Beechwood Ave. on Nov. 19.
Earlier this month, Metro reported several cases of COVID-19 at its warehouse on Old Innes Road.
Positive test results were reported on Nov. 2, Nov. 6, Nov. 11, and Nov. 19. The first two employees worked at the produce warehouse at 1184 Old Innes Rd. The other two worked at the distribution centre at the same address.
Metro lists cases of COVID-19 in employees of its stores and warehouses on its website.
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