Some temporary foreign workers on Canadian farms are being asked to sign away their right to leave the properties where they’re employed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to multiple workers and advocates.

CTV News has obtained a copy of one of these agreements, which asks the employee to allow their employer to “source and provide food provisions” for them — which the employee will pay for out of their wages.

“I _____(worker) acknowledge I do have the choice to visit the grocery facility and purchase my own food supplies. I have made the decision not to do so, in the best interest of my own health and those that I may interact with in a public setting,” the agreement reads.