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New Brunswick Public Health shuts down 9 Dollarama stores for potential COVID-19 exposure

New Brunswick Public Health shuts down 9 Dollarama stores for potential COVID-19 exposure
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New Brunswick Public Health temporarily shut down nine Dollarama stores due to a potential workplace exposure to the coronavirus .

The locations between Oromocto and Edmundston will be closed for 48 hours for cleaning and sanitization, the province announced Wednesday night.

“While there is not believed to be a risk to the public, out of an abundance of caution the stores have been ordered to do a deep cleaning before being permitted to open again,” New Brunswick government tweeted.

While there is not believed to be a risk to the public, out of an abundance of caution the stores have been ordered to do a deep cleaning before being permitted to open again.
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