A McDonald’s restaurant has closed after five staff examined positive for Covid-19.
The quick meals chain stated the department in Stockport, Greater Manchester, had been shut briefly as a precautionary measure.
In a tweet, MP Navendu Mishra stated he had been contacted by “apprehensive” workers who labored on the Wellington Road South outlet.
McDonald’s stated buyer and staff security was an “absolute precedence”.
Its assertion on Monday, the chain stated: “We have proactively determined to briefly shut our Stockport restaurant as a precautionary measure following an increase of Covid-19 instances within the native space with five of our workers testing positive.
“We have been in touch with all of the restaurant workers and in addition with Public Health England and the environmental well being officer.”
It stated the department would reopen “as quickly as we really feel we are able to.”
Mr Mishra stated he had contacted McDonald’s administration and in addition mentioned the outbreak with the Bakers Union.
The firm stated the affected staff had been suggested to isolate.
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