FRAMINGHAM – An employee at the Whole Food Market in Framingham has tested positive for COVID-19, SOURCE has confirmed.
The Whole Foods is located at 575 Worcester Road in Framingham.
“The safety of our Team Members and customers is our top priority and we are diligently following all guidance from local health and food safety authorities. We’ve been working closely with our store Team Members, and are supporting the diagnosed Team Member, who is in quarantine,” said the spokesperson to SOURCE in March.
Last month, when the Sudbury employee was diagnosed a Whole Foods spokesperson said “out of an abundance of caution, the store performed an additional cleaning and disinfection, on top of our current enhanced sanitation measures.”
“We continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and will inform anyone who may have had close contact. We have taken measures to keep you safe, increasing social distancing, crowd control, temperature checks, providing PPE and enhanced cleanings,” said the supermarket to employees today, April 10.
The employee who tested positive was last in the Framingham store on April 2.
If you plan to shop at the supermarket, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has issued guidelines.
The City of Framingham made no public announcement of the positive case by an employee at the public supermarket.
During this pandemic, the City has chosen not to alert the public when individuals who test positive have been in public locations or worked in locations that interact with the public.
SOURCE has been reporting on this information, as the news outlet can confirm the information.
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