McDonald's can't seem to catch a break in Calgary. As of Monday, April 20, two more Calgary McDonald's locations have shut their doors temporarily following positive COVID-19 test results amongst staff. All employees from the locations are now self-isolating in case they were exposed.\nThroughout the city, several local businesses have had to close their doors due to employees testing positive for COVID-19.\nJust last week, another McDonald's location in Calgary had to temporarily close its doors after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.\nNow, two more of the chain's restaurants will be doing the same.\nAccording to CityNews, these temporary closures are taking place at the Shawville and Walden Gate locations.\nIn a statement on April 20, it was announced that one employee from each location tested positive for the disease.\nThe employee at the Shawville location reportedly last worked on April 15, from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. while the Walden Gate employee worked on April 17, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.\nThis announcement comes just one day after health officials confirmed another 241 cases in Alberta on Sunday, April 19. That announcement marked over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in the province over just one week.\nThe names of the employees haven't been released. There has also been no information given on what positions the employees worked at the fast-food company.\nAn update to our guests from John Betts, McDonald's Canada President & CEO.\nVisit www.mcdonalds.ca for more information.Posted by McDonald's Canada on Wednesday, April 8, 2020\nAt this time, all staff members have been asked to self-isolate until further information is given.\nDuring the temporary closure, both facilities will be cleaned and sanitized by a certified third party.\nAlberta Health Services will determine when it's safe to open the locations.\nThe corporation is now asking anyone who may have visited these locations to visit the Alberta Health Services website for further direction.\nNarcity has reached out to McDonald's for comment and we will update this story when we receive a response.\nWithin the province, anyone who shows symptoms is now eligible to receive a test.\nThe best way to book your test is to visit the Alberta Health Service website and fill out an online assessment form.\nInside the restaurants, employees are being asked to keep a distance of two metres from each other. Employees are also asked to wear gloves when taking payments and handling orders.\nThe large chain restaurant has stated on its Facebook page that restaurants have been adapting to COVID-19 rules by taking the advice of health authorities to offer a safe environment for all employees.