Hookah Lounge in Regina suspends services as COVID-19 outbreak declared

hookah lounge in regina suspends services as covid 19 outbreak declared

Sumary of Hookah Lounge in Regina suspends services as COVID-19 outbreak declared:

  • The Hookah Lounge has suspended its services on Saturday, the same day the Saskatchewan Health Authority declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the nightclub..
  • An outbreak is declared when two or more people test positive for COVID-19 and are linked to a specific setting..
  • “The Lounge has been informed a recent customers (sic) has tested positive for COVID-19 during a time they were asymptomatic and unknowing of their condition,”.
  • “In an effort to keep all of our customers/staff healthy and safe, we have made the decision to suspend our lounge services for 2 to 3 weeks, pending the climate of the city infection rate..
  • The nightclub asks people to be diligent with their health and to seek testing if they have symptoms of COVID-19..
  • bans all social gatherings, indoor group physical activities in Lower Mainland amid surging COVID cases Public health says outbreaks are issued to mobilize and coordinate a response to the infection..
  • Several COVID-19 outbreaks have been linked to nightclubs in Saskatchewan in recent weeks, primarily in Saskatoon..
  • 28, the province chief medical health officer Dr. Saqib Shahab implemented further restrictions on Saskatoon restaurants, bars and nightclubs after community transmission of COVID-19 was linked to after-work socializing among young adults….

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