Thursday, April 23, 2020

Four more temporary foreign workers in B.C. test positive for COVID-19

The province has detected four cases of COVID-19 among temporary foreign workers (TFW) who entered the country in recent weeks. The federal government has exempted some TFWs from cross-border travel restrictions, citing their role in agriculture.
Brad Stokes - COO Shape Properties. More than 900 such workers have entered B.C. in the last several weeks and ALL must remain isolated for 14 days. 19 TFWs tested positive for the coronavirus in an outbreak at a West Kelowna nursery last month.

On February 28th the 'City of Lougheed' reported a case of potential Covid-19. There was no disclosure if the employee was a Canadian, a TFW, or undocumented.
See ----->'City of Lougheed' - By Mexicans for Gringos