The warning has been extended to two ‘related events’ at private homes in Langley and Burnaby.
Fraser Health warns people who attended a Sikh shrine in New Westminster last weekend that they may have contracted the corona virus during their visit.
The Health Commission on Friday issued a Govt-19 exposure alert for two incidents involving the Gurudwara Sahib Suk Saga and other Metro Vancouver communities located at 347 Wood Street.
The possible revelation of the place of worship took place on Saturday, April 24 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. The “related events”, meanwhile, are listed as having taken place in private homes in Langley since the afternoon of April 22nd. April 24 from 5:30 pm to 9 pm 7 pm, and Barnaby
Gurudwara Sahib Suk Sagar Kalsa Diwan Society New Westminster, is run by a non-profit organization. “Gurudwara, the gateway to the Guru, is the abode of God which seeks spiritual and religious progress and is accessible to anyone interested in kirtan (singing hymns) and the teachings of the Sikh religion (or Sikh).” Company website.
The Health Commission lists General expressions On their website to reach any person who may be infected that cannot be personally contacted. Although it is believed that potential exposure events are low risk, Fraser Health asks anyone who comes in for self-monitoring for symptoms of the virus.
“There is no known risk to anyone going to any of the places listed outside of specific dates and times. If people do not develop symptoms from being healthy, there is no need to isolate themselves and people can resume their regular daily activities,” Fraser Health explains.
Those who develop any symptoms of COVID-19 on their own are asked to get tested and immediately self-isolated, the Health Commission says.