Coronavirus

Possible COVID-19 exposure at Comox Valley establishment

Patrons of Browns Socialhouse in Courtenay notified of two occasions

Island Health is notifying people who attended Browns Socialhouse at 1661 Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay on Tuesday, Nov. 3 between 3-4 p.m., and Thursday, Nov. 5 from 3-4 p.m. about a possible exposure to COVID-19.

If you were at this location during the times of possible exposure, it does not mean you will develop COVID-19. The possible exposures listed for this site are believed to be low risk but, out of an abundance of caution, Island Health asks that anyone who may have visited Browns Socialhouse during these times to monitor themselves for symptoms.

Contact tracing has been completed and anyone identified as a close contact has been instructed to self-isolate. A close contact exposure means face-to-face contact for an extended period of time with a person who is infectious.

READ: Contact tracing is crucial, says north Island’s medical health officer

If you have not been contacted by public health, then please be assured you did not have a high-risk exposure related to this case. No ongoing COVID-19 risk from this exposure has been identified.

If you develop any symptoms of COVID-19, please seek testing and self-isolate.

You can find information here.

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