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Here's A Map Of Toronto Grocery Stores With Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19

Multiple Loblaws, Metro and Sobeys stores reported cases this week.
Toronto Grocery Stores With COVID-19: A Map Of Confirmed Cases

As the province continues to battle with COVID-19, multiple grocery stores in Toronto are reporting more confirmed cases. 

As of Friday, April 9, Metro, Loblaws, Sobeys and more have all reported new cases throughout the past week.

We've compiled a list of all the grocery stores across the 6ix that have reported positive cases recently.  

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*Editor’s Note: This story will be continuously updated as more cases are reported in stores across the GTA.

Metro 

According to Metro, each location is deep cleaned and sanitized after every new case of COVID-19 is reported.

When needed, the location will also contact customers who may have come in contact with the employee.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 7.

Metro (1411 Lawrence Ave. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 28.

Food Basics (830 Lansdowne Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 1.

Metro (20 Church Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 31.

Metro (3090 Bathurst St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 3.

Metro (2155 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 25.

Metro (425 Bloor St. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 31.

Food Basics (1070 Pape Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 1.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 28.

Metro (2300 Yonge St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 25.

Metro (1500 Royal York Rd., Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 25.

Metro (600 Sheppard Ave. W., North York): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 17.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 26 and 29.

Food Basics (2452 Sheppard Ave. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 24.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 28.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 26.

Metro (80 Front St., Toronto): ONe employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 11.

Metro (1411 Lawrence Ave. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 20.

Food Basics (830 Lansdowne Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 28.

Metro (261 Port Union Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 25.

Metro (2155 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 21.

Loblaws

According to Loblaws, after each reported case the location works with public health officials to ensure all close contacts are notified.

The store will also ensure that all required cleaning and sanitization is done after a positive COVID-19 case.

Fortinos (700 Lawrence Ave. W., Toronto): Three employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 30, 31 and April 3.

Francois' No Frills (360 McLevin Ave., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 3.

Joe's No Frills (345 Bloor St. E., Toronto): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were April 3 and 5.

Sam & Nancy's No Frills (25 Photography Dr., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 3.

Dave & Charlotte's No Frills (70 Island Rd., Scarborough): Two employees tested positive; their last day of work was on April 3.

Nick's No Frills (3850 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 3.

Real Canadian Superstore (51 Gerry Fitzgerald Dr., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 6.

Shoppers Drug Mart (255 Morningside Ave., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 2.

Shoppers Drug Mart (1515 Steeles Ave. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 2.

Shoppers Drug Mart (4865 Leslie St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 1.

Shoppers Drug Mart (2301 Kingston Rd., Scarborough): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were on April 3 and 5.

Loblaws (720 Broadview Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 27.

No Frills (1591 Wilson Ave., Toronto): Four employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 28, April 1, 3 and 5.

Loblaws (396 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were April 1 and March 30.

Loblaws (2280 Dundas St. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 27.

Real Canadian Superstore (1755 Brimley Rd., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 1.

City Market (55 Bloor St. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 1.

No Frills (200 Front St. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 1.

No Frills (449 Parliament St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 1.

Shoppers Drug Mart (1859 Leslie St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 4.

Loblaws (380 The East Mall, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 3.

Shoppers Drug Mart (70 Eglinton Square Blvd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 30.

Shoppers Drug Mart (666 Burnhamthorpe Rd., Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 1.

No Frills (681 Silver Star Blvd., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day was on March 30.

No Frills (6220 Yonge St., North York): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 30.

Shoppers Drug Mart (2550 Finch Ave. W., North York): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 31.

Shoppers Drug Mart (2000 Queen St. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 30.

Shoppers Drug Mart (1015 Lake Shore Blvd. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 27.

Loblaws (12 St. Clair Ave. E., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 30.

Valu-Mart (3259 Bayview Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 29.

Lakeshore Valu-Mart (2399 Lakeshore Blvd., Etobicoke): Two employees tested positive; their last day of work was on March 27.

Loblaws (10 Lower Jarvis St., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 28.

John & Danielle’s No Frills (270 Wilson Ave., North York): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 27 and 29.

Shoppers Drug Mart (265 Port Union Rd., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 27.

Shoppers Drug Mart (85 Ellesmere Rd., Scarborough): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 31.

Loblaws (3501 Yonge St., North York): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 28.

Loblaws (585 Queen St. W., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 28.

Shoppers Drug Mart (900 Albion Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 30.

Shoppers Drug Mart (2345 Yonge St., Toronto): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 26 and 29.

Real Candian Superstore (2549 Weston Rd., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 26.

Loblaws (60 Carlton St., Toronto): Two employees tested positive; their last days of work were March 25 and 27.

Sobeys 

According to Sobeys, when required, a store with a positive COVID-19 test will communicate the situation to customers.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 3.

Foodland (623 Danforth Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 3.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 1.

Sobeys (145 Marlee Ave., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was April 1.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 29.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 26.

Sobeys (1255 The Queensway, Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 27.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 30.

Sobeys (147 Laird Dr., Toronto): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 29.

Sobeys (125 The Queensway, Etobicoke): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was March 29.

Longo's 

According to Longo's, all stores are cleaned when a member tests positive for COVID-19. All employees who have been in close contact are also told to stay home.

Longo's (York Mills): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on April 2.

Longo's (Elizabeth): One employee tested positive; their last day of work was on March 29.

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