Health officials have identified another Kelowna businesses where patrons may have been exposed to COVID-19 recently.
Interior Health announced people who visited Fossello’s clothing store on July 18 or the morning of July 20 should self-monitor for coronavirus symptoms. The store is located at 565 Bernard Avenue.
Contact tracers are also reaching out directly to people who were exposed, where possible.
If you visited Fossello’s clothing (565 Bernard Ave) on Jul 18 or Jul 20, please self-monitor closely for symptoms & get tested if
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The store is the latest of several local businesses where people with coronavirus visited recently. The city in BC’s Interior is experiencing a sharp rise in its case numbers after many people visited the scenic lakeside community over the Canada Day long weekend.
Interior Health reminded those who may have been exposed that coronavirus symptoms include fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, and gastrointestinal problems.