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February 18, 2021 - 3:21 PM

A Kamloops grocery store is among a group of several that have posted COVID-19 warning notices in B.C. in recent days.

According to an online posting placed today, Feb. 18, by parent company Loblaw, a pair of employees at Real Canadian Superstore in Kamloops tested positive on a presumptive test. The worker's last days at on the job were Feb. 7 and 13.

The Real Canadian Superstore in Prince George was also listed today, with an employee who tested positive last working on Feb. 12.  And an employee rested positive at a Superstore in Duncan on Vancouver Island, with their last day at work also on Feb. 12.

There are no active public exposures listed by Interior Health on its online listing page, which you can see here.

Loblaw, Sobeys and T&T Supermarkets all posted COVID-19 warning notices for about 20 stores total in the past week, most of them on the Lower Mainland.

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