The Longhorn Saloon flagged for possible COVID-19 exposure

Jan 26 2021, 7:11 pm

Another Whistler bar and restaurant has been flagged by health authorities for possible COVID-19 exposures.

Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is warning patrons who visited The Longhorn Saloon (4280 Mountain Square) in Whistler earlier this month that they could be at risk for potential COVID-19 exposure.

The possible exposures occurred from January 16 to January 25 during operating hours.

This is the third Whistler bar and restaurant that has been reported as a risk for potential COVID-19 exposure.

Earlier this week Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar (4308 Main Street) and El Furniture Warehouse (4314 Main Street) in Whistler were also flagged as possible exposure locations.

The possible exposures occurred at Hy’s Steakhouse & Cocktail Bar from January 13 to January 16 during operating hours and at El Furniture Warehouse on January 12 and January 14 to January 21 during operating hours.

VCH said that while these exposures are believed to be low risk, they would like anyone who was at these restaurant locations on these dates and during operating hours to self-monitor for symptoms.

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