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Coronavirus: Woolies workers test positive, product limits return – NEWS.com.au

Four Woolworths stores in Melbourne were deep cleaned overnight after workers returned positive results for the deadly coronavirus. The supermarket giant confirmed infections in staff members at Newmarket, Bundoora, Cranbourne East and Karingal Hub in the past 24 hours.
Any customers who shopped in the stores between July 28-30 and feel unwell in the next two weeks should get tested.
Woolworths said they were making contact with all relevant team members and would provide “full support to thos…

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