The seven are going well under circumstances, a spokesperson told Omroep Brabant. “Two of them have slightly stronger complaints, the other five are doing relatively well. They are in good hands and they are well looked after. ”
The infections were discovered on Tuesday. The same night the entire shop was thoroughly cleaned. A day later they could open again with employees who normally work in other regions.
According to the GGD, customers who have visited the branch are not at risk, because the corona rules were properly observed. For example, there are mudguards in the shop, a distance of one and a half meters is kept and people are urged to use baskets.
The employees probably infected each other in the break room, where sufficient distance was not always kept. “We have also emphasized to all colleagues how important that one and a half meters is.”