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McDonald’s Canada on Friday introduced it has quickly shut down three Montreal-area eating places after workers examined optimistic for COVID-19.
Friday’s announcement brings the whole variety of Montreal-area shops shut down this week to 5.
The three newest circumstances have been recorded on the McDonald’s at 12090 Sherbrooke St. E. in Montreal, at 1400 Moody Blvd. in Terrebonne, and at 1275 Rosemont Blvd. in Montreal.
Within the first two of the three new circumstances, workers reported on Thursday that they’d examined optimistic.
Employees at each shops who got here into shut contact with the workers have been requested to put themselves in isolation and the deep cleansing of each eating places has begun.
In Montreal, the final shift labored by the contaminated worker was Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to five p.m. In Terrebonne, the worker’s final shift was Oct. 11 from 10:30 a.m. to three p.m.
Prospects who have been on the Sherbrooke St. restaurant on Oct. 12 or on the Terrebonne outlet on Oct. 11 are urged to observe the public health guidelines listed on the Quebec health ministry’s website.