An employee at the Toyota plant in Woodstock has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently at home self-isolating.
WOODSTOCK - An employee at the Toyota plant in Woodstock has tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a report in Global News the employee was tested on Monday and got the result back on Tuesday. They are currently at home self isolating. Two other employee's who were in close contact are also at home as they wait for test results.
The employee was last in the plant on July 25th.
In an email to Heart FM Manager of Corporate Communications for TMMC Michael Bouliane provided the following statement.
"We can confirm that a Toyota employee has tested positive for COVID-19. The affected employee will remain in quarantine and will not return to work until cleared by a physician. The health and safety of our Team Members, business partners and communities are our top priority, and we continue to follow the guidelines of national, provincial and local health authorities."
The company will not be providing further details about any employee who tests positive for the virus.
Toyota shut down their operations on March 19th and reopened on May 11th.