McDonald’s has temporarily closed its restaurant on 70thAve. in North Delta due to a COVID-19 exposure.
The restaurant and drive-thru was closed late Saturday afternoon.
Shortly after the closure, McDonald’s Canada posted the restaurant on its COVID-19 restaurant closures lists on their website with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
McDonald’s Canada said the last day the restaurant employee worked was April 13.
“At McDonald’s Canada, in both franchised and corporate-owned restaurants, our top priority is to protect the health and well-being of our people and our guests – it’s at the core of everything we do,” says McDonald’s Canada. “While continuing to operate in line with guidance from public health authorities and all levels of government, we remain committed to the safety of the communities we serve in order to meet the needs of the many Canadians who rely on us for food and beverages.
“In addition to our existing high standards of cleanliness, restaurants continue to demonstrate our Safety+ commitment, which includes enhanced safety measures to ensure every part of the McDonald’s experience is safe.
“When we have been notified of an employee confirmed case of COVID-19 in our restaurants, that results in a restaurant closure for cleaning and sanitization by a certified third party company. In order to protect privacy, we will not release any personal information.”
For more information visit mcdonalds.ca.