St. Albert’s Cheese Hit with Covid-19 Outbreak

St. Albert’s Cheese Hit with Covid-19 Outbreak

FEBRUARY 25, 2021 – Cheese maker St. Albert’s Cheese has been confirmed 3 cases of Covid-19 of its staff who are being tested.

The facility is closed until Saturday according to their social media release.

“The St-Albert Cheese Coop has had 3 confirmed cases of Covid-19. In conjunction with public health, we are having all of our employees tested in order to reduce the spread. This will result in the closure of both the factory and factory store tomorrow Friday, February 26, 2021. The factory will stay closed for another three days after, thus giving us time to get the results and re-evaluate the situation.In the meantime we will re-open our factory store on Saturday, February 27th, 2021, but please note that there will be no fresh curds or blocks available.We continue to take all possible measures at our disposal, in order to keep our staff and customers safe.Thank you for your support.”

To reach us email info@cornwallfreenews.com

UPDATE: It’s been reported that some of the cases are of the new variants.




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