A Keady shop and hot food deli has closed its doors to undergo a deep clean after two colleagues tested positive for Covid-19.
McGleenan’s Centra on the Armagh Road confirmed the news to customers this morning (Saturday).
In a statement, the management of the store, said: “We can confirm that two colleagues in our store have tested positive for Coronavirus.
“As a result, we made the decision to close the store from Saturday, September 5 at 9.30am so that we could fully investigate and contact all colleagues.
“As per HSC guidelines, contact tracing has taken place internally and some of our colleagues are now in self isolation.
“The health of our colleagues and customers is our top priority and in line with guidance from health experts, the store is undergoing a professional deep clean as a precautionary measure and will reopen Sunday, September 6 at 7am.”
The store’s hot food deli and butchery will remain closed until Monday due to constraints with food preparation.
The management added: “If you have been in store and are concerned, we would urge you to contact your GP or the NHS 111 helpline who will be able to provide you with the appropriate medical advice. We thank you for your understanding.”
The news comes following a reported cluster of Covid-19 in the Keady area.
McGleenan’s, this afternoon, told Armagh I the store is to undergo that deep clean from 12.30pm.
The store have followed stringent social distancing and cleaning measures since the beginning of the outbreak back in March.