Several Trader Joe's stores in New York were closed after coronavirus was discovered in its employees. This publication reports rubic.is.
Trader Joe's is an American private supermarket chain headquartered in Monrovia. Due to the fact that coronavirus was found in employees of some stores in this network, these departments were closed.
Closed stores include two on Long Island and one in Fairfield County.
Shops on Long Island:
- Hewlett, 1280 West Broadway: A store employee who reported symptoms consistent with COVID-19 coronavirus disease last visited the store on Wednesday, April 1, the company said.
- Merrick, 1714 Merrick Road: employees at this store network received a positive result for coronavirus; The last date one of these workers was in the store is Friday, March 27th.
Fairfield County Store:
- Fairfield, 2258 Black Rock Turnpike: A store employee who was diagnosed with COVID-19 was last present on Tuesday, March 31, the company said.
“We made sure that all employees in the appropriate places were informed and understood what steps should be taken to best maintain their health,” Trader Joe's reported. “While the store is closed, Trader Joe's pays all employees for their planned shifts.”
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