Five McDonald’s Singapore workers diagnosed with Covid-19


SINGAPORE (Bernama): McDonald’s Singapore has reported that five of its employees at four different outlets have been infected with Covid-19.

Out of the five, two were working at McDonald’s Lido and the other three at Forum Galleria, Parklane, and Geylang East Central.

“We are taking the situation seriously and are monitoring it closely, as we give our affected employees support and assistance to help with their recovery,” said McDonald’s Singapore managing director Kenneth Chan in a statement here Sunday (April 12).

He added all employees at the four outlets had been isolated and were told to undergo a 14-day self-quarantine at home.

McDonald’s Singapore said all five infected employees were currently receiving medical care at medical facilities.

It also said that in line with the National Environment Agency’s guidelines, all four restaurants had been disinfected and closed for business until further notice. – Bernama

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