3 employees have tested positive and 15 are now in quarantine, shutting down production until at least next Tuesday, sources say. But the store will reopen on Saturday.
The Mobile unit of the EOHU was at the facility on Thursday afternoon to test all 200 employees.
Dr. Paul addressed the media late Thursday. “We are currently investigating the situation. We are suspecting new variants but we are awaiting confirmation,” Roumeliotis said during the briefing.
Please note that products already in circulation are safe for public consumption.
We will update this story as it develops.