COVID-19 cases continue to be declared in some grocery stores and restaurants across Ontario.

While there has been a significant decrease in COVID-19 cases from a few months ago, many medical experts say

Here are some COVID-19 cases in Ontario stores/restaurants:

Longo’s

• Confirmed case at Aug. 6, with last day worked July 28

• Confirmed case at Aug. 6, with last day worked July 30

• Confirmed case at Aug. 9, with last day worked Aug. 3

Metro

• Positive COVID-19 test of an employee at Aug. 4. The employee’s last day of work was July 30

• Positive COVID-19 test of an employee at The employee’s last day of work was July 29

Sobeys

• Postive case at , with employee’s last day worked being July 25

McDonald’s

• Confirmed case of COVID 19 at with last day restaurant employee worked being Aug. 10

• Confirmed case of COVID 19 at with last day restaurant employee worked being August 2

• Confirmed case of COVID-19 at with last day restaurant employee worked being Aug. 3

• Confirmed case of COVID-19 at with last day restaurant employee worked being Aug. 2.

• Confirmed case of COVID-19. At with last day restaurant employee worked being July 27.

McDonald’s and some grocery store chains say they make it a point to make public all COVID-19 cases in their establishments in the interest of transparency.

“We’ve also maintained a commitment to remain transparent in our communications, so that restaurant employees and guests are informed and can contact their local public health authorities for directions, if needed,” McDonald’s said in an online statement.

Loblaw Companies Ltd. last month and, as a result, no longer makes cases in its stores public.