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Four Woolworths stores in Victoria close within 24 hours after employees catch COVID-19 – 7NEWS.com.au

Four more Woolworths stores in Victoria have closed within 24 hours over fears they have been exposed to coronavirus.
Stores in Bundoora, Cranbourne East and Karingal were closed on Sunday and the store in Newmarket shut on Monday.
All four reported positive coronavirus cases in employees.
The employee at the Karingal Hub and Bundoora stores last worked on July 28.
At the Cranbourne East store, the employee last worked on July 29.
A shopper wears a face mask outside a Woolworths store. Cred…

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