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Employee at downtown Cleveland Heinen's tests positive for COVID-19

The store will reopen Tuesday, May 26 at 8 a.m

CLEVELAND — An employee at Heinen's in downtown Cleveland has tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The grocery chained confirmed the news in a statement Monday.

"As we continue to face the challenges impacting us all as a result of COVID-19, we pledge to be sensible, respectful and honest with our customers and the communities we serve," their website states.

The employee last worked at the store Saturday, May 23. The case was confirmed on the next day and the store has since been cleaned and sanitized. 

"We are working diligently to protect our associates and customers as we continue to see the effect of COVID-19," Heinen's said in a statement. 

The store will reopen Tuesday, May 26 at 8 a.m. To view the update provided by Heinen's, click here

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