People who went to a bar in Michigan at any time during the recent 9-day period were asked to quarantine on their own after dozens of visitors to the facility entered into a contract with coronavirusTo date, 76 cases of COVID-19 have been associated with a bar, Harper’s Restaurant & Brewpub in East Lansing, Ingham County Department of Health said on Twitter on Friday.
The number of cases associated with the bar has increased rapidly. Thirty-four cases were related to this on Wednesday – a number that has now more than doubled and is likely to increase again, according to officials.
Wednesday Department of Health strongly Anyone who visited this institution from June 12 to 20 must quarantine independently within 14 days from the day they were visited.
All those who tested positive for the announcement on Wednesday were between the ages of 18 and 23, the department of health said in a statement. None of them were hospitalized, and most of them had mild symptoms, the department said.
“Given the number of cases of this outbreak, we believe this is a higher risk than a regular visit to a restaurant or bar,” said Linda S. Weil, Ingham County Health Specialist, in a statement on Wednesday. “Probably even more people infected with COVID-19 are not yet identified. We need help from people who came to Harper during the infection so that we could hold back the outbreak. We need everyone to be exposed at home. ”
IN facebook Earlier this week, the board said it reopened at 50% of its capacity on June 8 in accordance with the order of Governor Gretchen Whitmer. He said that he introduced signs encouraging patrons to wear masks and social distance, but acknowledged that politics was difficult to apply on public sidewalks outside the property.
The institution stated that it is currently temporarily closed in order to do two things: “implement a program to eliminate lines and modify our HVAC system to install air purification technology during air conditioning and air recirculation.”
She thanked her patrons for their support during the pandemic. “The unusually stormy response to our reopening exceeded all our expectations,” wrote on Monday in the Facebook bar. “This decision comes after much thought in our family.”
In Michigan, more than 62,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus are currently reported.More than 5800 people have died due to COVID-19 in the state.