A employee at a Tim Hortons in Stoney Creek and somebody at a Canada Submit depot in Ancaster have examined optimistic for COVID-19.
The worker examined optimistic for the virus on Nov. 16, in accordance with a Tim Hortons spokesperson. The particular person final labored on Nov. 12.
The Tim Hortons, positioned at 315 Centennial Parkway N., briefly closed on Nov. 17 for cleansing and sanitization. It has since re-opened, however is barely working its drive-thru.
The restaurant expects to re-open on Nov. 22.
The worker and others who labored with the particular person are self-isolating for 14 days, says the spokesperson.
The spokesperson added that the employees will be “supported by way of Tim Hortons company and restaurant proprietor COVID-19 compensation fund to supply for any misplaced wages.”
A spokesperson from Canada Submit says they had been knowledgeable on Nov. 17 that an worker at their Hamilton West Supply Depot, positioned at 590 Tradewind Drive in Ancaster, examined optimistic for COVID-19.
The employee was examined on Nov. 14.
They had been asymptomatic at work, stated the spokesperson, and adopted bodily distancing measures and wore a face protecting.
Canada Submit says it is adopted public well being steering and has knowledgeable workers, supported contact tracing and performed a deep cleansing and sanitization throughout the facility.
The crown company says it usually talks with workers and requires them to do a self-assessment earlier than arriving for work.
They’ve applied bodily distancing in all amenities, use seen markings, and have staggered begin instances the place needed. They’ve additionally elevated cleansing and availability of security tools, sanitizers, and face coverings.
Native College Boards
Two extra college students examined optimistic for COVID-19 on Thursday at Nora Frances Henderson Secondary College.
An outbreak will not be declared as a result of Hamilton Public Well being Providers decided there wasn’t an epidemiological hyperlink between these circumstances and the earlier ones on the college, says a letter to the neighborhood.
College directors have notified all impacted households and employees recognized as a detailed contact. They are going to self-isolate for 14 days.
A scholar at Waterdown District Excessive College additionally examined optimistic on Thursday.
Public well being says there aren’t any scholar or employees shut contacts associated to this case, in accordance with a letter to the varsity neighborhood.
The coed was not within the constructing when there can be a threat of publicity, so public well being considers the danger to different college students and employees low.
One other employee at McMaster College and a scholar have each been identified with COVID-19.
The worker, who’s with an exterior firm, examined optimistic on Thursday. They had been final on campus on Nov. 16 in a number of areas of the Nuclear Analysis Constructing, says a launch.
The coed hung out at a warehouse constructing on the McMaster Innovation Park on Nov. 17 and 18.
All areas of each buildings have been cleaned, the college stated, and any contact tracing is being managed by public well being.