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COVID-19 employee cases reported at Newmarket No Frills, LCBO, East Gwillimbury plaza

LCBO, McDonald's, Longo's at Green Lane and Yonge, as well as Sobeys and Longo's in Aurora, are confirming workers have tested positive
2021-03-02 Dickie's No Frills

Employee cases of COVID-19 are being reported by Dickie's No Frills and the LCBO in Newmarket the last week.

The employee at the 17255 Leslie St. No Frills last worked April 19, while two employees at the LCBO at 17365 Leslie St. last worked April 19.

Multiple outlets at the plaza at Green Lane and Yonge Street in East Gwillimbury, on Newmarket's border, are reporting confirmed cases, including the LCBO for an employee who last worked April 21.

Employees at both Longo's and McDonald's in the same plaza are each reporting an employee case, for shifts last worked April 19. 

In Aurora, Sobeys confirms an employee who last worked April 20 at its 15500 Bayview Ave. store tested positive, while an employee who last worked April 18 at the Longo's store at 650 Wellington St. also tested positive.

Elsewhere in York Region, three employees, who last worked April 14 and 15, at the Shoppers Drug Mart at 2140 King Road in King City tested positive.

Two McDonald's employees at 11005 Yonge St. in Richmond Hill also tested positive after last working April 16 and April 19.

In Markham, an employee case is confirmed at Dave & Annette's No Frills at 7075 Markham Rd., with last day worked April. 20. 

Longo's employees at the Vaughan stores on Major Mackenzie Drive and Weston Road also tested positive, after last working April 17 and 19.

Also in Vaughan, four employees at the Fortinos at 3940 Hwy. 7 are positive, after shifts on April 13, 16, 19 and 22. An additional positive employee at the 8585 Hwy. 27 store last worked April 13.

McDonald's employees, at the 2810 Major Mackenzie Dr. and 3320 Steeles Ave. West restaurants in Vaughan, are each confirmed positive after working April 26 and 27 respectively.


In Thornhill, Food Basics is reporting an employee case at its 10 Royal Orchard Blvd., with the last shift worked April 20.

 


Debora Kelly

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