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Virus hits four Woolies stores

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Coronavirus has hit four major Melbourne supermarkets in the past 24 hours.

Four Woolworths staff members returned positive tests for COVID-19 on Tuesday, with the employees working shifts at Mornington East, The Glen in Glen Waverley, Dan Murphy’s Collingwood and Plenty Valley

At the Mornington East store, the worker was last in the supermarket on August 5, with Woolworths confirming the store had been deep cleaned.

The infected Glen Waverley employee last worked on August 13, while Dan Murphy’s Collingwood and Plenty Valley staff members who tested positive last worked on August 12 and August 9 respectively.

In a statement, Woolworths confirmed the risk of transmission to customers and other team members was “low”.

“As a food retailer, we already have very high standards of cleaning and hygiene in place,” it said.

“We’re making contact with our team members and providing our full support to those required to self-isolate in line with advice from the health authorities.”

All four stores have returned to normal trading.

It comes after Victoria recorded 222 new cases of coronavirus overnight, but tragically, 17 more people died from the virus.

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