By Joe Holden

GLENOLDEN, Pa. (CBS) — A Glenolden, Delaware County ShopRite is taking action after a worker tested positive for the coronavirus. The worker was last at the store a week ago.

It’s not clear how many workers and employees he came into contact with. The worker has been isolated.

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ShopRite said in a statement those who may have come into contact with the associate were advised to stay home.

The store has remained open after a deep clean and the company says Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines were followed.

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Some shoppers say they believe it was only a matter of time before something like this would happen.

“What can you do? There’s nothing you can do. It’s how it is today,” Randy Laurie said.

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The store associate’s condition is not known and it’s also unclear whether he’s at home or in the hospital.

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Wakefern, the store’s parent company, did not indicate what department he worked in.