In an electronic mail to World News, Canada Publish confirmed the positive test at its Okanagan Delivery Centre on Baillie Avenue in Kelowna.
According to Canada Publish, an employee tested positive, resulting in the delivery centre being swiftly closed to undergo sanitizing, with all provider and delivery expected to renew on Wednesday.
Canada Publish says the power closure affected mail delivery to parts of Kelowna and West Kelowna with the following postal codes: V1W, V1V, V1Y and V4T.
“Now we contain followed the steering of public health in informing workers, supporting contact tracing and conducting a sanitization of the power the attach the employee works,” Canada Publish acknowledged in the electronic mail.
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“Whereas at our facility, the employee followed our bodily distancing measures and wore non-public protective instruments.”
Canada Publish added, “we certainly perceive that operating during COVID-19 can attach of dwelling off considerations for workers. That’s why, since the beginning, we’ve committed to intently following the recommendation of public health officers at the national and native stage in repeat to maintain the workers and the individuals they abet proper.”
Canada Publish continued, saying “we moreover work intently with union officers at the local stage to address considerations and adapt our scheme as steering evolves. This blueprint, including other measures, has helped us to maintain individuals proper while maintaining an well-known provider to Canadians.”
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