Huntsville’s Rolston’s Home Building Centre reported today that two of its employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
The employees were last in the store on Thursday, March 4 and received a positive test result on Sunday, March 7, according to a post by staff on its Facebook page, which also said that both employees are now self-isolating and any team member who may have had contact with the infected individuals is following health and safety guidelines.
They also included these details for customers:
“As an added precaution, we voluntarily closed our store on Saturday, March 6. We have also arranged for a professional cleaning company to thoroughly sanitize the store before we reopen. Public health indicates risk to customers is low. Anyone who develops symptoms is asked to follow health guidelines.
“The health and safety of our employees and our local community is paramount, and we remain committed to following all guidelines, including but not limited to wearing masks, physical distancing, capacity limits, proper hand hygiene, and enhanced cleaning protocols.”
The company has promised to post additional updates as information comes available.
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit reported 11 new cases in Huntsville in its daily update today. The cases had been reported to the health unit since March 5 as SMDHU does not provide case updates through the weekend.
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