Cumberland Farms in Micco Shuts Down Due to COVID-19

Cumberland Farms in Micco, Florida.
Cumberland Farms in Micco, Florida.

On Monday, Sebastian Daily reported that the Cumberland Farms in Micco was shut down over the weekend. However, we have found out that a worker tested positive for COVID-19.

“One of Cumberland Farms team members at our 8090 US Highway 1 Micco, FL location has informed us that they have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). We are taking all appropriate steps following guidance from local health officials. We closed the store at 10:00 AM (EST) on Sunday, January 17th, to be cleaned and sanitized by an industrial cleaning crew. The store will re-open in the next few days. We are grateful to all our customers for your patience and understanding during this time,” Cumberland Farms said in a statement.

The company also said all team members that work at the store have been contacted and advised to follow CDC-recommended guidelines.

“We are making every effort to provide the affected team member and our broader team with the necessary resources and support,” the company said.

The company also closed its store in Cape Canaveral on Sunday after an employee tested positive.

Both stores are expected to re-open soon.

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