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Santa Fe Southwest Grill, 1635 Elk St, Rock Springs, WY 82901, United States
Total all time reports: 1
Latest report: April 13, 2020 12:00 PM
Restaurant closes after three employees were positive for covid
April 13, 2020 12:00 PM
“Santa Fe Southwest Grill has closed for the next two weeks after three of its employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Source: trib.com ”
Broadway Mall, North Broadway, Hicksville, NY, USA
July 9, 2020 12:10 PM
“I work at old navy and I have to tell security everyday to put on their mask. They never wear their mask like ever. I do believe they lied about having the right filtration system just so they can open ”
Employee test positive for Covid-19, Coolidge Unified School District, 450 N Arizona Blvd, Coolidge, AZ 85128, USA
Coolidge Unified School District, 450 N Arizona Blvd, Coolidge, AZ 85128, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“A Coolidge Unified School District employee working at the meal distribution program tested positive for COVID-19. The program will be closed until Aug 10.
Source: pinalcentral.com ”
Additional employee test positive for Covid-19, Fat Heads Brewery, 17450 Engle Lake Dr, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130, United States
Fat Heads Brewery, 17450 Engle Lake Dr, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130, United States
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“A second employee at Fat Head's Brewery
Beer Hall in Middleburg Heights tested positive for COVID-19 on July 7
Source: fox8.com ”
Fifth Avenue, 215 W 5th St, Royal Oak, MI 48067, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“Two additional individuals that have tested positive for Covid-19 reported being at the Fifth Avenue bar in Royal Oak, one on Saturday, June 20, and the other on Saturday, June 27. The new cases come a week after three people reported testing positive for the coronavirus after visiting the bar on th ... e evening of Friday, June 19
Source: freep.com ”
Pretoria, South Africa
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“Not feeling good, have some of the symptoms, scared to test, will behave as if I have covid-19 and take care of myself ”
Matson, 1411 Sand Island Parkway, Honolulu, HI 96819, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“A Matson dock worker in Honolulu tested positive for COVID-19 on July 6.
Source: khon2.com ”
Employee test positive for Covid-19, MGM National Harbor, 101 MGM National Ave, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA
MGM National Harbor, 101 MGM National Ave, Oxon Hill, MD 20745, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“A dealer at the MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill has tested positive for COVID-19.
Source: nbcwashington.com ”
Five additional employees test positive for Covid-19, Chumash Casino Resort, California 246, Santa Ynez, CA, USA
Chumash Casino Resort, California 246, Santa Ynez, CA, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“Five more employees at Chumash Casino Resort have tested positive for COVID-19. One is a custodian that last worked on June 21 and another worked Friday, June 19 through Monday, June 22.
Source: keyt.com ”
Houston, TX, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“I live with my aunt and uncle. both of them tested positive for covid-19. i still don’t have any symptoms. i’m just waiting for it to hit me at this point. ”
Target, Bradfordville Road, Tallahassee, FL, USA
July 9, 2020 12:00 PM
“Multiple Target team members at the Tallahassee North store on Bradfordville Road have tested positive for COVID-19.
Source: wctv.tv ”
Recent Interesting Reports
March 17, 2020 2:35 PM
“Interview - Valorie, Pennsylvania
This is an interview with the parent of a presumptive coronavirus patient that was denied testing.
Valerie, thanks for joining us. Really appreciate it. Your situation relates to your daughter. Can you describe to us when she first felt sick and what ... the symptoms were at that time and what they've progressed to now?
Okay. It started on Wednesday night into Thursday. She had developed a deep cough, a dry cough, which only got louder over time as the only way I can describe it and more steady and it sounds like a pneumonia type cough. She also had a cold, a very severe cold, and then she finally didn't develop a fever until last night. So that's Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday. That's how long it took to get a fever.
What was your experience in trying to get testing?
So today I did call her pediatrician exactly when they opened and I left an urgent message saying to please advise me what to do. My daughter now has all the symptoms of coronavirus and I don't even know if you're able to see her. And she said, no, you're right. We cannot see her. And she urged me to call a hotline. I even called urgent care, seeing if she could be seen there. They told me no, same thing call this hotline. So I called the hotline. I was on hold for approximately two hours the first time. I mean, because I estimate that because I was able to get myself and her fully ready to go, thinking that they were going to send us to the hospital wherever we needed to go to get tested. Okay. That never happened. I took a bath, had it on speaker phone, got everything ready, set us all. I mean we have a three person family and I had to hang up eventually because her pediatrician was calling me back with the response to the urgent message. The second time I was on hold, about the same amount of time I was on hold for a total of four hours today.
Is there any conditions that your daughter has that might make her higher risk or make it more urgent?
Yes, she has anemia and she is a very contractive person. I don't know why she gets sick every month with something in school. And that's why I looked at urging that please close the schools. Please close the schools because it just is going around. My daughter will be the one who gets it for sure.
And so do you have an idea of where she might have got it?
I honestly would have to say that it would be at school. Her sister didn't get it. I didn't get it. I was engaging in doctor appointments and kind of normal social activity until the end of next week because I figured sending them to school is just as bad as any of us going out into the public.
And so what are you the next steps that you plan to take given you've had a hard time getting medical care?
Well I plan on just calling the hotline again tomorrow. What the pediatrician did do, I guess to cover their own end of the spectrum. They sent over an urgent RX to the pharmacy for amoxicillin just in case. Just in case it is not a virus. Then if that doesn't treat it, that's how I know sooner. You know what to do. So if that doesn't treat it, and if I can't get through on the hotline, I just plan to drive to the hospital, which was designated as a location anyway through our healthcare system and go in myself and alert them ahead of time.
And what is your message to people that are concerned about coronavirus now that it's, it's something that you've seen firsthand. Do you have a message for other people?
A message that's kind of hard to come up with? Everybody's healthcare system is going to be different, if you don't succeed at first. There's got to be another step you can take. Be proactive. think of yourself, think of your family, and do whatever you feel is best, not what a hotline is telling you or say. And not exactly what your doctor's telling you or say. If you want to be tested, find a way. ”
Interview - Mai, Restaurant Owner in Taipei, Taiwan - Live Account of the Coronavirus Situation, Taipei, Taiwan
March 26, 2020 6:50 PM
“Interview - Mai, Taipei Taiwan:
This is a first-hand account from a restaurant owner in Taipei Taiwan of the coronavirus situation including: how the testing process works in Taiwan, how the country dealt with the initial outbreak, and the effect it has had on the people and businesses.
Hi ... , I'm Mai. I'm currently based in Taipei, Taiwan and I am a restaurant owner here. I own two vegan cafes here in Taipei. And it's been an interesting time with the virus coming around.
What's the current situation in Taiwan?
Actually, I'm sure, I mean it's been getting around on the news pretty steadily in the last week about Taiwan's containment and their efforts to kind of help the spread of the virus and they been doing an amazing job. For us, we've been dealing with it since January, so right when the Chinese government kind of started allowing information to get out, Taiwan was bracing from January. And they were getting ready for the lunar new year, which is a huge travel time for almost every country in Asia. They knew that it was going to be a huge potential risk with everyone traveling around, not just within Taiwan, but internationally. A lot of Taiwanese nationals work in China, so they were planning to fly back to Taiwan. We knew that there was going to be this really big first wave. And Taiwan was really ready for it and a lot of the Asian countries were really ready for it because of the SARS epidemic. They learned a lot from that previous experience and were able to leverage that for this epidemic.
Has testing been easy for people or has that been a problem for some people getting testing?
No, testing has been really great here. I think within about a month, one of the universities got the testing time down to about 15 minutes. And all the hospitals, we already have a national healthcare system. Everyone has a national health insurance card if you're working and if you pay taxes and you're registered into the system and all the hospitals are usually prepped and ready to handle a pretty large number of people. Testing was pretty swift here.
There was a second wave that happened after Taiwan initially had slowed up. How did that look and how did that impact everyone?
For the first wave coming back, they knew they kind of had to stop and contain the first wave. What they did was they stalled school, they pushed school back about three weeks college and K through 12. Everyone was kind of on an extended holiday from coming back from the Chinese new year. And then for the second wave, once it started exploding in Italy and moving over to the U S they quickly realized that international travel is going to be a huge problem. And another huge problem was because Taiwan did such a good job containing that first wave, there were still some tour groups that were still going abroad because it hadn't spread that far yet. We had some tour groups from Taiwan that went to Egypt and Greece. And so by the time they came back, they were actually carriers. And so that coupled with international travel kind of started the second wave. And that was I think about late February, early March. And so they basically put the airport on lockdown because Taipei is a huge hub. It's a huge international hub. To get into Asia, usually you come through either Japan or Taipei. And so they knew that that airport was a huge risk. But being an Island, a small Island nation, we only have two big airports and the biggest international hub is Taoyuan airport, the Taipei airport. They got a handle on that and we're just screening all the passengers that came in and getting all their information, you're asked to scan a QR code and fill out all your information so that they could track every passenger. At that point you were supposed to be self-monitoring, so no mandatory self-quarantine yet.
What does self-monitoring mean?
They have a list of things that you were supposed to be doing. You're supposed to be checking your temperature, being more aware of your respiratory system and basically checking in, that was about it.
How has it impacted people's behavior in Taiwan?
At first, it was during Chinese New Year. I remember one day I just went out and it was two days into the first reports of the Coronavirus coming into Taiwan. And mask, in Asia mask a normal thing. It's not if you're sick, if you are in a crowded space or you have allergies, it's normal to just wear a mask. No one thinks twice about it. But, I remember as a business owner, I was thinking, I should probably get some mask for my two stores. And I went out and everywhere was completely sold out. And that was when the first information about what kind of masks were needed was coming out cause people were buying all kinds of mask. People were kind of buying the respirators, the PITTA mask. And so that first wave of information was what mask you should be using, what helps, what doesn't help. Taiwan has been really good about trying to fight misinformation, The government constantly, consistently pushes out information to the public. And actually their newest campaign is with this, it's a Shiba. It's a Shiba that's telling you to not cough and wear your mask.
How has this impacted you personally?
That first few weeks when we're trying to find masks, we realize, this is going to be really serious. But the government seemed to have a handle on it because when that first mask panic buying happened, the government quickly stepped in and took mask off out of the private sector and they started rationing and only giving it to pharmacies which were covered by national health insurance. Then if you had a national health insurance card, you would go and they would scan you and then you would get a certain ration mask and then they increase production greatly. We realized that the government was going to handle this pretty well. But we started seeing the real effects of it, maybe for the second wave, the first wave we were okay. There was no social distancing or anything like that. But the second wave is when the government started pushing out no large gatherings, everyone needs to be taking their temperature. We've had to kind of put in new protocols at the restaurant. We currently hand sanitize everyone that comes in. Temperature checks are almost done at every place now. All the staff needs to be wearing masks at all times. And we've asked that anyone that's traveled internationally in the last 14 days to either stay at home or we don't allow them entry into the location. We've had to think really hard about how to make customers feel safe and guarantee my staff safety. That's been a huge, every day struggle to make sure that the staff really understands the seriousness and severity of this. And when offices went remote, that actually when it hit us the most, cause in one of our areas we have a lot of technology companies. And when they went remote we saw a huge decline in our daytime lunch customers. That was, that was a scary week. That was a really scary week.
Do you expect that restaurants and other businesses will be able to remain open for the near term?
So far there's hasn't been any talk of shutting down restaurants. Clubs have been voluntarily closing and some of the city governments have closed down and movie theaters and gyms, kind of large gathering places and the government has asked for gatherings, no larger than a hundred people. Anything above a hundred people has to be canceled. But Taiwanese people are really a little bit conservative so they are already pretty risk-averse. They are just kind of doing these social distancing, self-isolation things by themselves. A lot of communities have just decided to cancel their events, go online, make them all available online. The government hasn't had to mandate, closures. Some restaurants that are really popular have decided to do delivery only just to be on the safe side. They've taken these voluntary measures actually.
Now that you've been impacted by Coronavirus, do you have any message to people or any recommendations to people based on your experience?
I'm kind of seeing what's happening in other countries through news and my family, and hearing it from them. I think the biggest thing is the social responsibility that everyone should feel towards the greater community. Part of why Taiwan has been so successful is there is a very clear understanding that all the policies are for the greater community. You as an individual might not be necessarily affected or be in grave danger if you get the virus, but kind of there's this understanding that there are a lot of people at risk and so what you do is to keep those people protected. That's been really amazing to see. I would say the advice is to just try to think about the greater community and that your actions kind of ripple out and take care of each other. ”
KFC West Ealing - The Broadway, The Broadway, Ealing, London, UK, KFC West Ealing - The Broadway, The Broadway, Ealing, London, UK
KFC West Ealing - The Broadway, The Broadway, Ealing, London, UK
May 26, 2020 9:32 AM
“They're trying to kill me serving me raw chicken ”
Hardee's, Army Post Road, Des Moines, IA, USA
June 5, 2020 8:07 AM
McDonald's, 31 Providence Hwy, Norwood, MA 02062, United States, McDonald's, 31 Providence Hwy, Norwood, MA 02062, United States
McDonald's, 31 Providence Hwy, Norwood, MA 02062, United States
June 22, 2020 5:43 PM
“just came to a 24 hour location and then quarter pounder is cold and raw help!!! should I be worried about food poisoning ???! This is disgusting ”
Ladue Schnucks employee tested positive for COVID-19, Schnucks Ladue, 8867 Ladue Rd, St. Louis, MO 63124, USA
Schnucks Ladue, 8867 Ladue Rd, St. Louis, MO 63124, USA
April 12, 2020 12:00 PM
An employee at the Schnucks in Ladue has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee had not been to work since April 2 and is now quarantined at home.
The store is now open to customers after the deep cleaning.
Source: ... >kmov.com ”
Trader Joe’s SOHO Location Temporarily Closes After Staffer Test Positive for COVID-19, Trader Joe's, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, United States
Trader Joe's, 233 Spring St, New York, NY 10013, United States
March 25, 2020 12:41 PM
“The company’s Soho location closed earlier this week. The employee who tested positive for COVID-19 was last in the Soho store on Tuesday, March 17, according to a company spokesperson. It’s still up-in-the-air when the Soho Trader Joe’s will reopen, but standard protocol is to close at least three ... days for cleaning.
“Out of an abundance of caution, we have temporarily closed the store for thorough cleaning and sanitization. As soon as the store has been fully cleaned and restocked, we plan to reopen,” Trader Joe’s said in an announcement on their website.
Source: ny.eater.com ”
KFC Newton Park, Cape Road, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, KFC Newton Park, Cape Road, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
KFC Newton Park, Cape Road, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
June 5, 2020 9:34 AM
“They ignoring customers and giving us raw chicken. ”
Lithia Ford Lincoln of Fresno for forbidden business activity, Lithia Ford Lincoln of Fresno, East Auto Center Drive, Fresno, CA, USA
Lithia Ford Lincoln of Fresno, East Auto Center Drive, Fresno, CA, USA
March 30, 2020 4:04 PM
“This dealerships General Manager, is NOT complying with our City’s mandated Stay Home order. According to manager, dealership is Essential and he already has a sales schedule set out for March 31, 2020 - end of April 2020. This is ridiculous. This type of behavior shows ZERO REGARD for the safety o ... f himself, his family, his employees or their families, including the City of Fresno. This needs to be shut down and definitely reprimanded for actions. ”
Natural Balance Ultra Premium Chicken & Liver Paté Formula - recalled due to elevated levels of choline chloride, USA
July 6, 2020 11:30 PM
“Company name: J. M. Smucker Company
Brand name: Natural Balance
Product recalled: Ultra Premium Chicken & Liver Paté Formula
Reason of the recall: Due to elevated levels of choline chloride
FDA R ... ecall date: July 03, 2020
Recall details: The J. M. Smucker Company today announced a voluntary recall of one lot of Natural Balance® Ultra Premium Chicken & Liver Paté Formula canned cat food due to health concerns likely associated with elevated levels of choline chloride. Ingesting impacted product may cause nausea with excessive salivation, constricted pupils and poor vision, diarrhea or vomiting to more severe symptoms including difficulty walking, muscle shaking, tremors, irregular heartbeat, difficulty breathing, possible cardiac or respiratory failure and, in extreme situations, death. Pet parents are encouraged to contact their cat’s veterinarian immediately if their cat is displaying any of these symptoms.
If pet parents have any product matching the following description in their possession, they should stop feeding it to their cats and dispose of the product. This information can be found on the bottom of each can.
- Natural Balance® Ultra Premium Chicken & Liver Paté Formula canned cat food (5.5 oz). UPC: 2363353227. Lot code: 9217803. Best by: 08 04 2021
These products are most commonly sold in pet specialty retailers and online throughout the United States and Canada. No other Natural Balance® products are impacted by this recall.
The Company has received reports of adverse reactions. Pet parents that have questions or would like to report adverse reactions should call 888-569-6828, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. ET or email anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check the full recall details on fda.gov
Source: FDA ”