Potential COVID-19 Exposure Connected To Dragonfly On Park Avenue

Written by on June 17, 2020

Be safe and make sure you are wearing your mask or face covering while you are out to eat or for drinks. Also, practice social distancing while you are out in public places.

The Monroe County Department of Health is recommending individuals to monitor themselves for COVID-19 if they were at Dragonfly Tavern on Park Avenue last week.

If you were at Dragonfly Tavern on Monday June 8th between 9pm – 11pm officials say a positive exposure to COVID-19 is possible.

Officials are having a difficult time contact tracing because they do not know how many people were there. County health officials said in contact tracing interviews most people were not wearing masks. They also said there was little social distancing.

The County advises anyone who was at Dragonfly and has any symptoms of COVID-19 to get tested, self-quarantine for 14 days, and call your doctor.

If you do not have any symptoms but were at the tavern at that time call 585-753-5555.

We will keep you updated on this story as we get the information, listen to the Wake Up Club in the morning for updates.

 

Source: 13WHAM.com


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