Update Monday 3 May 2021
Karrinyup Centre Management is aware of recent reports relating to two separate incidents involving an Uber Eats Driver who has tested positive to Coronavirus on 1st May 2021. The Uber Eats driver visited KFC and Hungry Jacks Karrinyup as part of his occupation on 29th April 2021 on two separate occasions, between 1:05 pm – 2:10pm. We have been in contact with both KFC and Hungry Jacks store management team and this case has been confirmed.
Both Hungry Jacks and KFC are completing thorough deep cleans and disinfections, as directed by relevant Health Authorities, as a result Hungry Jacks is temporarily closed – with only drive-through service available. KFC is open for trade and have completed deep cleans. Staff members rostered on during the times in question are following the advice of the Department of Health, with one team member deemed a close contact who is now being tested and self-isolating for 14 days.
The health and safety of everyone who works and visits Karrinyup continues to be our primary focus and our thoughts are with those affected. We will continue to monitor the situation and if there is any update we will notify our customers and tenants as soon as we can.
Although considered low risk, any customers or staff who visited KFC or Hungry Jacks during this time should monitor for symptoms and get tested if required. For further information, please visit https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/