PEARL CITY, Hawaii (KHON2) — An employee at a City Mill store in Pearl City tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, Oct. 30, said the store’s management.
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The employee last worked Oct. 27 and was asymptomatic. City Mill says all Pearl City store employees were notified and the store was thoroughly disinfected and cleaned.
City Mill adds that on-site testing was done Friday afternoon for employees to get tested.
The Pearl City store says employees are required to wear masks and practice social distancing. Management adds that all workers are temperature tested frequently.
“We are deeply committed to the safety of our customers and team members,” said Carol Ai
May, Vice President of City Mill. “City Mill implemented, from the very beginning, cleaning and
safe distancing protocols for our stores. We require our team members to wear masks at all
times and their temperatures checked upon arrival for their shift. Additionally, customers are
required to wear masks and safe distance when they are in our stores.”
No additional cases among staff at the Pearl City City Mill have been reported.
** Correction: An earlier version of this story had an incorrect location listed. The story has been corrected.
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