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Brampton COVID data shows bus drivers, crossing guards have been infected

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Brampton COVID data shows bus drivers, crossing guards have been infected

Twenty-seven City of Brampton workers who deal with the public have tested positive for COVID-19 since the beginning of November, including bus drivers and crossing guards.

Information provided by the City’s COVID response webpage shows that 13 drivers have been infected with the virus during this period.

Here is list of when the transit worker was last on the job, and what routes they operated.

• Last day employee worked: December 1, 2020
Routes: 502 Züm Main, 511 Züm Steeles and 51 Hereford

• Last day employee worked: November 29, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen and 505 Züm Bovaird

• Last day employee worked: November 29, 2020
Routes: 11 Steeles and 14 Torbram

• Last day employee worked: November 27, 2020
Routes: 4 Chinguacousy and 29 Williams Parkway

• Last day employee worked: November 22, 2020
Routes: 11 Steeles and 14 Torbram

• Last day employee worked: November 17, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen

• Last day employee worked: November 11, 2020
Routes: 4 Chinguacousy and 29 Williams

• Last day employee worked: November 10, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen and 23 Sandalwood

• Last day employee worked: November 9, 2020
Routes: 502 Züm Mai

• Last day employee worked: November 7, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen

• Last day employee worked: November 6, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen

• Last day employee worked: November 6, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen, 7 Kennedy and 19 Fernforest

• Last day employee worked: November 4, 2020
Routes: 501 Züm Queen, 9 Vodden and 115 Airport Express

Here is the information on school crossing guards:

• Last day employee worked: November 27, 2020
Location: Beryl Ford Public School

• Last day employee worked: November 25, 2020
Location: James Potter Public School

• Last day employee worked: November 18, 2020
Location: St. Brigid Catholic Elementary School

• Last day employee worked: November 17, 2020
Location: Red Willow Public School and Father Francis McSpiritt Catholic Elementary School

• Last day employee worked: November 10, 2020
Location: Arnott Charlton Public School and St. Joachim Separate School

Other staff affected are those in various other positions including recreation centre staff and fare collectors at the Gateway Bus Terminal.

The City of Brampton says it releases the information in an effort to be transparent and to keep the public informed. The City says it continues to monitor the impacts of COVID-19 and takes all appropriate action to ensure any reported positive cases are handled with Public Health authorities.

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