Spotless laundry services closed on Thursday evening after an inspection by health authorities.(Supplied: Google Maps)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelA business in Melbourne's south-east has been shut down by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) due to a coronavirus outbreak after the owners tried to force staff to stay at work. Key points:Spotless laundry in Dandenong was closed by health authorities yesterday due to an outbreak of coronavirusThe company had tried to force staff back to work earlier in the week through the Fair Work Commission after some decided it was safer to stay homeThe case was dropped by the company yesterday and all staff have since been identified by the Government as close contactsEarlier in the week about 35 staff from Spotless laundry in Dandenong, owned by Ensign Services, refused to come to work after two staff members tested positive to coronavirus.It led Ensign Services to launch a case with the Fair Work Commission to compel staff to return to work.After the first case was diagnosed on Saturday, staff working in a small section of the laundry with the infected person were considered close contacts by Ensign Services and told to self-isolate.All other staff were to return to work.The second case was diagnosed on Tuesday, leading some staff to stay away from the laundry on Wednesday fearing not enough had been done to contain the outbreak.The Fair Work case was dropped by Ensign Services yesterday before the laundry was shut down by the DHHS following an inspection.Read more about the coronavirus outbreak in Victoria:Four experts on what Melbourne should do next to stop the?curveWith almost 300 COVID cases, why are meatworks at the centre of so many?clusters?'We're all suffering': Families' anguish as aged care outbreak?growsAny worker who spent more than 30 minutes at the site since July 6 is considered a close contact and must be tested for COVID-19 and remain in quarantine for 14 days.The United Workers Union (UWU) said it was confirmed on Friday a third staff member had tested positive to the virus.UWU executive director Godfrey Moase said if it was not for staff staying away from work earlier in the week "this outbreak could have been much worse"."Spotless Dandenong workers are low-wage migrant workers who have acted together and swiftly. They acted in the interests of the entire community and should be congratulated for their service," Mr Moase said.The union wants all staff, including the contractors who were onsite yesterday, to be paid pandemic leave.A spokesperson for Spotless said after the first confirmed case, 18 employees were identified as close contacts."These employees were isolated and tested, with one employee within the group initially testing positive," the spokesperson said."Yesterday afternoon, we were notified of a second positive result and following this result, the site was closed."The spokesperson said up until the laundry was shut down, the company had been working with the DHHS "on a solution to continue operations given the essential-service nature of laundry services"."This was no longer deemed possible by DHHS following the second test result."The DHHS have been approached for comment.What you need to know about coronavirus:When and how to wear a face maskThe symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates
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