Vancouver Coastal Health has alerted the public about potential coronavirus exposure at a nightclub in side the Trump tower.
Someone with the virus was at IVY Lounge on the third floor of 1161 West Georgia Street on Friday, August 7, from 10 pm until closing time at 2 am.
“Exposure alerts like these are believed to be low risk, but they should be taken seriously,” the health authority said on Instagram. “Out of an abundance of caution, monitor yourself for symptoms if you visited during the above time.”
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There’s a new COVID-19 public exposure alert this morning for those who visited IVY Lounge (3rd floor – 1161 W. Georgia Street in Vancouver). 🗓️ August 7 ⏰ 10pm to closing (2:00am, August 8) Check the link in our bio for more details and other public alerts. ℹ️ Please don’t panic if the alert applies to you. Exposure alerts like these are believed to be low risk, but they should be taken seriously. Out of an abundance of caution, monitor yourself for symptoms if you visited during the above time. 📞 Develop COVID-like symptoms? Please call your family doctor or 8-11, seek testing and then self-isolate. 👩🏽⚕️ Heads up: If you’ve been identified as a COVID-19 case or close contact, VCH Public Health will contact you directly and give you further instruction. Take care, and thank you for sharing these alerts with your friends and loved ones. 💙 #covidbc #covid19
This is the latest of several public warnings about coronavirus exposure at downtown restaurants and bars following the BC Day long weekend.