Possible COVID-19 exposure to Vancouver’s No. 5 orange

VANCOUVER (News 1130) – Anyone who has seen the No. 5 orange on the evening of July 1, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority has warned of a possible manifestation of the novel coronavirus.

In an Instagram post, Show Lounge reported that it closed its doors on Monday night after a staff member tested positive, but it was clarified that it reopened on Tuesday.

. @ VHEthLooth Care, July 1st, @ No. 5 Orange is letting visitors know that they may be published in #CVID19. On the No. 5 Orange Instagram page, it said no staff member tested positive and they were “doing well” and it was clear to reopen today cleared pic.twitter.com/GyTs22D0Of

– Rhea Renoff (ą¦°RiaRenoff) July 8, 2020

Health authorities say there is no ongoing risk for the community or those who participated in No. 5 Orange before or after Canada Day.

The exposure follows recent journalists’ cases at Brandy’s Exotic Show Lounge and Hotel Belmont, but health authorities confirm “there is no evidence that this exposure was involved.”

If you took part in Orange No. 5 that day, VCH advises you to observe yourself for 14 days as a precaution.

“As long as they are healthy and do not develop symptoms, there is no need to self-isolate and continue their normal daily activities,” reads Reals. “If you have no symptoms, testing is not recommended because it is correct Not effective. If you develop any symptoms of COVID-19, please check and disconnect yourself immediately.

If you need an examination, call the public health workers at 604-675-3900 and wear a mask during the examination.

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