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The Whole Foods market in Lynnfield has been temporarily closed after several store employees have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past few weeks. A spokesperson for Whole Foods Market did not specify the number of employees at the Lynnfield site who have recently tested positive for the coronavirus. “We have put in place improved sanitation measures daily, we have done several deep cleanings and deep disinfections throughout the facility and follow the advice of health and food safety authorities. However, with great caution, and to prioritize the safety of our team members, we have decided to temporarily close the store for further evaluation, “read a statement from the spokesperson. the company supports employees who have COVID-19, who are currently in quarantine. The company will also pay all store employees who miss shifts due to the store closure. The Lynnfield location will reopen in the coming days, according to the spokesperson, and the nearby Whole Foods locations will remain open. “Lynnfield’s health department, in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health continues to monitor and investigate positive cases at Whole Foods and throughout the city. The Board of Health remains confident in policy and procedures that are followed to keep customers safe, “said a statement. from the town of Lynnfield, which was shared on the Lynnfield Selectman Facebook page Chris Barrett. During the coronavirus pandemic, Whole Foods stores operated under social distancing and crowd control measures. Whole Foods installed barriers in plexiglass at checkout counters and requires temperature control and face mask for all its employees. The company has also implemented a cleanliness and disinfection protocol in all Whole Foods stores and facilities. Stores are also closed up to two hours earlier to give workers more time to restock shelves and disinfect stores.

The Whole Foods market in Lynnfield has been temporarily closed after several store employees have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past few weeks.

A spokesperson for Whole Foods Market did not specify the number of employees at the Lynnfield site who have recently tested positive for the coronavirus.

“We have implemented improved sanitation measures daily, we have carried out several deep cleanings and deep disinfectations throughout the installation, and we are following the recommendations of the health and food safety authorities. However, as a precaution, and to prioritize the safety of our team members, we have decided to temporarily close the store for further evaluation, “reads a statement from the spokesperson.

The spokesman said the company supports employees who have COVID-19, who are currently in quarantine. The company will also pay all store employees who are missing shifts due to the store closure.

The Lynnfield site will reopen in the coming days, according to the spokesman, and the nearby Whole Foods sites remain open.

“Lynnfield’s health department, in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts public health department, continues to monitor and investigate positive cases at Whole Foods and throughout the city. The board of health remains confident in the policy and procedures that are followed to keep customers safe, “reads a statement from the Town of Lynnfield, which was shared on Lynnfield Selectman Chris Barrett’s Facebook page.

During the coronavirus pandemic, Whole Foods stores operated under social distancing and crowd control measures.

Whole Foods has installed plexiglass barriers at exit counters and requires temperature controls and masks for all of its employees.

The company has also implemented improved daily cleaning and disinfection protocols in all Whole Foods stores and facilities. Stores are also closed up to two hours earlier to give workers more time to restock shelves and disinfect stores.

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