JUSGO, BRAZIL – JUNE 08: A woman uses a mobile phone at a supermarket on June 8, 2017 in Jusgo, Brazil.
(Photo by Paulo Santos/Getty Images) A Brazilian supermarket chain said Monday that it has banned some products in the country from selling in supermarkets because of a recent outbreak of the coronavirus.
The supermarket chain, Jusgos, said it has started a test drive for new products and is reviewing other products sold in its stores.
Jusgoc said that the outbreak began at the end of May, when an infected man from Rio de Janeiro died of coronaviruses.
The outbreak affected more than 300 stores and affected an estimated 100,000 customers, including children.
The company has been testing products in stores, which are not open 24 hours, to determine the presence of the virus.
The company is also conducting a test to identify those people who were not sick.JUSGO has been on a strict lockdown since the outbreak started, and the country’s health ministry has ordered a temporary ban on certain outdoor activities, including driving.
The move is part of an effort to fight the spread of the highly contagious coronaviral, which can cause serious respiratory problems and death.
Jussos has said it expects to see sales drop during the ban, but that it is willing to continue to sell certain products in certain locations.
The decision to suspend sales comes amid the countrys new coronavivirus measures, which have included limiting outdoor activity and banning driving.
The government is also urging citizens to get vaccinated against the virus before leaving the country.