HENDERSON (KTNV) — A spokesperson for the Whole Foods Market in Henderson confirmed positive COVID-19 cases have been reported at the store.
Wednesday, the spokesperson said they could confirm team members had indeed tested positive for COVID-19 at the market located at 100 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
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However, they were unable to share any further immediate details out of respect for the privacy of the employees.
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The company also released the following statement:
“The safety of our Team Members and customers is our top priority and we are diligently following all guidance from local health and food safety authorities. We’ve been working closely with our store Team Members, and are supporting the diagnosed Team Members, who are in quarantine. Out of an abundance of caution, the store has performed a professional deep cleaning and disinfection, on top of our current enhanced sanitation measures. All stores continue to operate under social distancing and crowd control measures. Additionally, we have installed plexiglass barriers at check out, are requiring temperature checks and face masks for anyone working in our stores, and have implemented enhanced daily cleanliness and disinfection protocols in all of our stores.”