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40 LCBO Employees Across Ontario Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 In Under A Month

Over 35 LCBO employees have tested positive for COVID-19 since the beginning of January. 

The retail company has announced that these cases have been reported in multiple different stores across the province. 

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40 Total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ontario LCBO's this month

The most recent case was reported on Monday, when LCBO stated that a team member had recently tested positive at a Mississauga store.

The employee, who worked at 128 Queen Street South, was last in-store on January 20, 2021. The individual is reportedly self-isolating at home.

Other stores in Toronto, Burlington, Kitchener, and Oshawa have all also reported cases. 

"This general notice is being provided out of transparency. Should we receive any additional Public Health direction or guidance; we will act immediately and accordingly," the LCBO said in a statement

However, the LCBO isn't the only company dealing with positive cases. 

Grocery stores all across Toronto have also been making their customer aware of multiple employees who have tested positive for COVID-19. 

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