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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Canada Post facility has reopened after closing its doors Friday for sanitization.
Canada Post spokesperson, Phil Legault, says the facility was informed Friday that an employee “was presumptive for COVID-19 and being tested”.
The facility was closed for sanitization and reopened Sunday. Legault says contingency plans are in place to minimize and impacts to delivery services on Friday.
“Employees follow our physical distancing measures and wear personal protective equipment. We have followed the guidance of public health in informing employees, supporting contact tracing and conducting a sanitization of the facility,” said Legault in an email.
“We certainly understand that operating during COVID-19 can cause concerns for employees. That’s why, since the beginning, we’ve committed to closely following the advice of public health officials at the national and local level to keep our employees and the people they serve safe.”
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