Doable general public coronavirus exposure at Surrey cafe, well being authority warns

VANCOUVER —
A Surrey cafe could have been the site of a general public COVID-19 publicity, Fraser Health warned Friday.

The observe was posted on the web in the morning, stating individuals who frequented Hanaya Japanese Restaurant on multiple days earlier this thirty day period really should self-observe for signs of the disease.

The dates and periods of the feasible publicity at the restaurant found at 2828 152 St. include things like Oct. 16 and 17 amongst 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. as well as Oct. 19 involving 4 and 9:30 p.m.

“There is no known risk to any individual who attended any listed locations outdoors of the specified dates and occasions. If people today continue being nutritious and do not develop signs or symptoms, there is no will need to self-isolate and individuals can carry on with their usual each day routines,” Fraser Health’s discover claims. 

“If you produce any indications of COVID-19, you should find tests and then self-isolate. Be sure to connect with in advance and don a mask when looking for screening.”

Fraser Health and fitness leaves publicity notices on its web site for 1 month, just before moving them to an archived area.

Before this week, the well being authority, which has viewed the most COVID-19 situations in the province, also posted an publicity notice about a Port Moody restaurant. 

And, last week, the overall health authority warned that attendees at many “wedding activities” in its region may well have been uncovered to the ailment.  

Much more than 8,000 scenarios of COVID-19 have been described in the Fraser Wellbeing region alone because the begin of the pandemic.