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A Canada Post Worker In Toronto Has Died Of COVID-19 After A Company Outbreak

Workers are still being asked to get tested.
A Canada Post Worker In Toronto Has Died Of COVID-19 After A Company Outbreak

A postal worker has died from COVID-19 following an outbreak at a Canada Post processing plant in Toronto.

On April 11, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers announced that they were sending their "heartfelt sympathies" to the worker's family and friends. 

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The news comes after an outbreak was declared at the South Central Letter Processing Plant, the location where the employee worked. 

A total of thirteen employees tested positive over a 14-day period. 

"Last night, we learned that one of our members in Toronto has died of COVID-19," Jan Simpson, national president, revealed in a statement. "I know I speak for all CUPW members when I share my deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to the member’s family, friends, and coworkers, and respect their privacy during this difficult time."

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