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 Posted: Sat Jun 20th, 2020 04:42 pm
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Anything posted on the store - or confirmation elsewhere?

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14 people/employees tested positive according to 2 reliable sources

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All I can find in 3 Mexican news sources is 2 more dead and 20 more infected in Guaymas. You would think 14 infected in a grocery store in San Carlos would be big news.
So I don't know what to think. I haven't been by there in the last 2 days. If the story is accurate I think the store would be closed at least  a day or two. For cleaning and disinfecting etc. Has anyone seen anything going on there?

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Cristobal wrote: 14 people/employees tested positive according to 2 reliable sourcesi am not doubting what you have heard, but what are the reliable sources????????????

* the store is open for business
* it was reported earlier this week, that the private laboratories where overwhelmed and where not accepting new tests
* DocD makes a valid point if 14 tested positive, it should have made the headlines 
*there is also the possibility of the STIGMA placed on individuals and companies if reported! 

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That is very bad news.  If the figure of 14 is correct, that means they became infected at work, don't understand why, all shoppers must wear a mask and sanitize their hands, same for the employees, I thought we were safe in SC.

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Besides staying religiously quarantined, it’s very hard to control what goes around you. You may have walked into a space where somebody infected just sneezed or coughed. You’ll never know. Not everybody is completely aware of the preventive actions you must follow.

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I saw one report about the manager and her assistant.
Then a cashier gave an interview saying she was scared to work there as there could be more.
Then came the report about 15 being tested. 


This is all coming on Facebook's Portal de Noticias Guaymas with no real reporters and the stories didn't stay up on the page, so I really wonder about how reliable this all is.

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i think the reporting of the 14 employees testing positive, at this point is "CHISME"!!!!!!!!!!!
i have NO doubt that those numbers will become reality in the very near future

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Chisme is right, closer to what’s happening. Not necessarily closer to the truth as that one is hard to come by. Nobody is going to confess to the truth as it marks you as contaminated. But unless there’s a confession, we stay in the dark.

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Stephenjay, #5, I readily admit we have not shopped Ley for over a month but at that time, they were not requiring shoppers or employees to wear a mask, Washing your hands and washing your cart after you had brought it in, yes. If the rule was in effect, it was not honored. I would have thought a company the size of Ley and I think 52% or so owned by Safeway would demand of their employees and shoppers the use of masks. I am extremely compromised in my lungs so it really is important to me to avoid all the possibilities for contact that I can. Ron

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this thread is about the reported convid cases at Ley here in San Carlos!
my concern is for the safety and welfare of OUR community! i post to help keep us informed!
we should be and were notified of the concern of the largest grocery store in San Carlos! this is a LINK in our food chain here in San Carlos! EVERY PROVIDER OF GOODS SOLD AT THAT MARKET, PROVIDE GOODS TO THE OTHER MARKETS IN TOWN! THIS IS EXACTLY HOW THE "INFECTION" CHAIN BEGINS AND SPREADS!


there is no place for someone OBSESSED with conspiracy theories, whose point of reference is the dark web, who posts OXYMORON's denying the convid virus in one sentence and in another sentence, condemning the Governors of some states for filling nursing homes with convid patients!


I LIVE HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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This thread is about the situation at Ley in SC
Any post unrelated has been deleted. Please stop hijacking threads. Post on an existing thread or start a new one but the hijacking is not acceptable

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A HEADS UP!!!!
I went to Leys yesterday afternoon. Cashier with mask only covering her mouth. She was working the only lane open. Not covering the nose makes wearing the mask worthless. Say she had the virus, asymptomatic or presymptomatic. Every person would have been exposed. Every item she touched would be contaminated. Your change from the purchase, or your credit card. I told her she needed to cover her nose ( in Spanish). She ignored me . Told another employee on my way out, he just shrugged. (The 2 previous times I was there over the last 2 weeks there was a female cashier with no mask.) Once in my car I used a large quantity of hand disinfectant. And at home, I washed my hands repeatedly while sanitizing my purchases and putting them away. The only reason I went there is they are the only store in town that has the item that I needed. But from now on I will do without or go to Walmart. I won't be returning there as long as the virus is a threat. Good thing we have Santa Rosa's and Santavalle.

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It's not just the virus, look around while your in there (and you don't have to look too closely) the place is absolutely filthy.  Last time I was in there, young man was sorting produce, no mask & no gloves.  While selecting my purchases I witnessed him pick up four different produce items from the floor and place them in the bins. Unbelievable!!  I was checked out by a girl not wearing a mask.  I asked, in Spanish, where was her mask and she just shook her head no.  My last visit, maybe forever.  The Ley's in Guaymas Norte is completely the opposite.  Mask, gloves and cleanliness for all.

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i rarely shop there! my biggest concern is ALL the providers who sell their goods there, also frequent all the other stores in town during their ROUTE deliveries!
i find it curious that the state health authorities have not become involved!



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I've never liked Leys.

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It seems that needing a mask for entry, the spraying of disinfectant on the hands and cleaning the cart handle is only for the optics. Once inside anything goes. Major failure of the management. For years I have heard complaints relating to said management of this store. Having an large essential business in the middle of our town that is not complying to the covid guidelines is a threat to everyone whether you shop there or not.
Contrary to the mandatory stay at home orders, every weekend we are getting more and more vacationers here and the majority of them shop at Leys. And they are more active here in town then we locals who for the most part stay home.  More chance for community spread. 

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Can anyone tell me exactly what day this outbreak was reoported? I walked thru Lays at on the 20th and now my boss wants to make me quarantine for 14 days.

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Tuesday of last week, not this week, is my recollection,

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it was reported on Opinion Sonora June 16th
Presumen existan casos de coronavirus en Ley de San Carlos - Opinión Sonora


DocD, first made us aware of it on the 18th.


GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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