Vancouver Coastal Health says patrons who visited a local karaoke restaurant and bar recently could be at risk for potential coronavirus exposure.
The health authority issued a public exposure notification Tuesday afternoon about Privé Kitchen + Bar, a food an entertainment venue in Fairview featuring karaoke rooms and a large outdoor patio.
The potential exposure dates were August 3, 6, 7, 8, 15, 16, and 17. The warning applies to the entire time Privé was open on those days.
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The health authority said in a recent Instagram post that it understands exposure notifications can be stressful for the people they apply to.
“It’s normal to feel worried if you’ve been to one of these locations during dates indicated. These exposures are believed to be low risk.”
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People who visited Privé on the dates mentioned should monitor themselves for coronavirus symptoms for 14 days and get tested if they begin feeling ill. Anyone who gets tested should self-isolate while they wait for results.
Common symptoms of coronavirus include cough, fever, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache, and loss of smell or taste.