Loblaws has announced four staff have tested positive for coronavirus at the Real Canadian Superstore in Langley. (Google Maps)

Loblaws has announced four staff have tested positive for coronavirus at the Real Canadian Superstore in Langley. (Google Maps)

Multiple staff at Langley Superstore test positive for COVID-19

Fraser Health has not listed store as public exposure

Langley’s Real Canadian Superstore has had four staff test positive for COVID-19.

On Tuesday, the store’s parent company Loblaw made the announcement online that the “team members tested positive on a presumptive test for COVID-19.”

READ MORE: Stop non-essential travel B.C.-wide, Dr. Bonnie Henry urges

The last day the team members worked were on Nov. 6, 9, 10 and 13, according to the company.

The store is located at 19851 Willowbrook Dr.

Fraser Health has not listed the store as a site of public exposure.


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