UPDATE: 10:52 a.m. Monday, December 14, 2020 - A local superstore has reopened after a deep-cleaning closure.
Walmart closed its Anderson Supercenter Saturday to clean and sanitize the building.
Action News Now reached out to Walmart to ask whether the temporary closure was in response to any employees testing positive for the coronavirus.
Representatives referred Action News Now to Shasta County Health and Human Resources. Who then said they will not identify Covid-19 cases by individual workplaces.
ANDERSON, Calif. - Walmart has temporarily closed its Anderson store to thoroughly clean and sanitize it.
The doors at the Rhonda Road location were shut at 2 p.m. Saturday and won't reopen until 7 a.m. Monday, December 14.
A news release said it's in response to the coronavirus pandemic, but would not tell us whether any employees tested positive.
We asked Shasta County Health representatives about it, but they said they will not identify COVID-19 cases by workplace.
Walmart says it will continue conducting worker health screens and temperature checks, and all workers will be provided facemasks and gloves.
Customers are also required to mask up.