After “many” individuals tested positive for the deadly virus, a Qualcomm Bay Pub warns people about the latest COVID-19 exposure event.
The Crown and Anchor Roadhouse Pub, located on the west side of the Island Highway, announced on social media on Sunday that an outburst event had occurred at the establishment on March 25th.
Pub says many people have tested positive for COVID-19 and urge participants to monitor for symptoms.
“If you attend that day, please monitor yourself for symptoms as many have tested positive for you,” the company said in a post. Facebook.
Exposure is not listed on the Island Health website, and it is unclear how many cases are linked to the March 25 event.
The pub and its liquor and beer shop have been closed since the provincial government last month introduced new temporary restrictions on indoor dining.
In an email to CHEK News, Island Health said they had not issued a public disclosure warning about the pub and would “generally not comment on specific cases” due to patient privacy.
“When we are unable to reach or identify all persons exposed by contact tracking, Island Health will provide updates on the locations and times of potential exposure to COVID-19,” the Health Commission said.
Questions regarding the number of infections related to bubble exposure have not been answered.
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