Grocery Stores In Montreal With Employees Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 Recently

We focused on stores that were informed of an employee testing positive during the last two weeks.
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Grocery Stores In Montreal With Employees Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 Recently

Since most of us spend all of our time at one of the many grocery stores in Montreal right now, MTL Blog thought it would be important to inform readers of which ones have had employees test positive for COVID-19 since November 17.

We chose this date as our point of reference with the necessary 14-day quarantine in mind.

Specifically, we've found IGA, Metro, Maxi and Provigo locations in Montreal have had employees inform the companies that they've tested positive during the last two weeks.

Here's a list of grocery stores in the city that have reported cases of COVID-19 recently.

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IGA

- IGA On Rue Van Horne

Address: 4885, rue Van Horne, Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 27

Last date the employee worked: November 23

- IGA On Boulevard Langelier

Address: 7150, boul. Langelier, Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 20

Last date the employee worked: November 11

Metro

- Metro On Boulevard Thimens

Address: 3100, boul. Thimens, Montréal, QC; Marché Adonis Place Vertu

Date the company was notified: November 18

Last date the employee worked: November 10

Provigo

- Provigo On Rue Sherbrooke O.

Address: 6485, rue Sherbrooke O., Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 30

Last date the employee worked: November 22

- Provigo On Rue Sherbrooke E.

Address: 7600, rue Sherbrooke E., Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 28

Last date the employee worked: November 24

- Provigo On Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Address: 10 455, boul. Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 25

Last date the employee worked: November 19

- Provigo On Rue Saint-Jacques O.

Address: 6600, rue Saint-Jacques O., Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 20

Last date the employee worked: November 16

Maxi

- Maxi On Boulevard Pie-IX

Address: 10 200, boul. Pie-IX, Montréal-Nord, QC

Date the company was notified: November 30

Last date the employee worked: November 24

- Maxi On Rue Papineau

Address: 8305, rue Papineau, Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 26

Last date the employee worked: November 22

- Maxi On Rue Jean-Talon E.

Address: 4325, rue Jean-Talon E., Montréal, QC

Date the company was notified: November 26

Last date the employee worked: November 21

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