UPPER ST. CLAIR, Pa. (KDKA) – An employee from the Whole Foods in the South Hills has tested positive for coronavirus.

Out of concern for the worker’s privacy, a spokesperson didn’t confirm when the employee last worked, or if they had any contact with customers.

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The Whole Foods location in our area are open and require temperature checks and masks for anyone working in the store.

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All customers are also asked to wear masks and has put social distancing guidelines in place. Masks are now mandatory in Pennsylvania.

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