By Brendan Rees
A worker at Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre has tested positive for coronavirus.
The JB Hi-Fi employee last worked at the store on Sunday 19 July, according to an update on the centre’s website, which was published on Monday 27 July.
“The JB Hi-Fi team is working with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and we are making contact with each of our retailers as a precautionary measure. We have received no advice which indicates there was any risk to our customers or retail team members who visited Cranbourne Park,” the statement read.
“Following notification of the confirmed case, the JB Hi-Fi Store was closed, and the team carried out a thorough sanitisation prior to re-opening for trade.
“Contact tracing has been completed to identify anyone who has come into close contact with this team member. All team members who have been identified as having been in close contact with the affected team member have been contacted and asked to undergo testing and self-isolate.
“The advice from authorities continues to be for anyone showing signs of an infectious disease, including fever, sweats or chills to see a doctor immediately.”
The centre says it would continue to increase its cleaning rosters for the “foreseeable future”.
“The advice from authorities continues to be for anyone showing signs of an infectious disease, including fever, sweats or chills to see a doctor immediately,” the statement read.
For more information, visit health.gov.au.