Multiple Toronto LCBO Employees Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 In The Past Weeks

Stores have had to be deep cleaned.
Ontario Editor
LCBO COVID-19 Cases In Toronto Were Reported Multiple Times In The Past Weeks

As Toronto continues another week of lockdown, more LCBO COVID-19 cases have been reported. 

Over the past weeks, multiple employees in various locations across the 6ix have tested positive. 

The latest case was confirmed at the 85 Hanna Avenue location in Toronto on December 1. 

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6 Toronto employees who tested positive since November 21

The employee's last day of work was on November 27, and the company confirms that they are currently at home and self-isolating. 

Overall, since Saturday, November 21, six employees have tested positive in Toronto. 

Other locations include 785 Milner Avenue, 2180 Bloor Street West, 932 Gerrard Street East, and 619 Queen Street West. 

The LCBO has stated that they will follow the advice of Public Health and multiple of their locations have been deep cleaned. 

Other protocols are also in place to keep customers safe, including frequent cleaning and sanitization, as well as physical distancing. 

Allysha Howse
Ontario Editor
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