Positive COVID-19 case at downtown Squamish Husky | Squamish Chief

Positive COVID-19 case at downtown Squamish Husky

Employee last worked on Nov. 15

An employee from the downtown Squamish's Husky location has tested positive for COVID-19.

Husky spokesperson Dawn Delaney, who reached out to The Chief to volunteer the information, said that the employee last worked on Nov. 15, and there was a "thorough cleaning" of the site the day after the employee's last shift.

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"Our priority is the health and safety of our customers, employees and the community. A number of precautions are in place at all our locations, including regular enhanced cleaning and sanitizing of common, high-contact areas such as countertops, door handles, fueling nozzles and pin pads on both pumps and in stores, as well as social distancing practices," Delaney wrote in the email.

As of Nov. 19, there had been nearly 25,000 reported cases of the virus in British Columbia, causing 321 deaths.

*Since this story was first posted, it has been updated to include the exact location.


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