Montreal public health officials on Monday urged any individual who attended any Latin dance function in the city given that July 31 to promptly have on their own tested for COVID-19.
In a statement, general public well being director Mylène Drouin, said there had been three confirmed cases of an infection among the persons who attended the gatherings — indoors and outside. Two of the folks attended situations on the evening of Aug. 14 on Ste-Catherine St. and on Aug. 15 at Frédéric-Back Park in Montréal. It is considered very similar situations arranged at Lafontaine Park and in Verdun may possibly also be linked the outbreak.
Tests is even additional critical for individuals who exhibit symptoms of coronavirus infection, like fever, coughs, respiration problems, decline of feeling of scent or flavor, sore throat, head aches and sore muscle mass. Drouin explained regional screening clinics ended up prepared and equipped to check participants.
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