A drag actor and a client have tested positive for COVID-19 in a favorite pub in Toronto’s Village region.
About Sept. 18, a client possessed Crews & Tangos, in Church and Wellesley streets, between the hours of :30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. then tested positive to the virus following their trip, based on a Instagram article in your pub late Friday night.
Crews and Tangos claims the infected client alerted them in their identification through email to Sept. 23.
On Fridaythe pub was advised that among its actors also tested positive for the virus. Her final performance was on Sept. 18.
Crews and Tangos is urging all clients who visited the pub between Sept. 18 and Sept. 20 for tested for COVID-19.
“Though this client might have been unaware that a testing could lead to a favorable COVID-19 result, there was not any means for us to understand past the avoidance steps we have set right now,” read the announcement Instagram.
“We take these things seriously and might need to shut our doors to 4-5 days to perform the essential items to guarantee the protection of our employees, patrons and anybody who walks through our doors”
The pub says clients who made reservations for this weekend is going to be provided a refund.
Before reopeningthe pub says their whole staff is going to be analyzed before returning to the pub will be completely washed and sanitized.
The pub states it will even continue to apply social networking and accommodate new options to keep the bar clean.
The favorable instances come after the state announced new guidelines concerning alcohol sales on Friday.
As of 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, most pubs, nightclubs and restaurants in Ontario is going to be asked to stop serving alcohol 11 p.m., also shut their doors completely from midnight, except for takeout and delivery.
The state also purchased all of strip clubs to shut their doors briefly by Saturday.
“I believe that the great majority of restaurant owners, they’ve been accountable but there were outbreaks and also we need to be proactive,” Premier Doug Ford stated in a press conference on Friday.
“I really don’t think that it’s the end of the world if people quit drinking 11(p.m.)”
Ford didn’t state just how long the new constraints would remain in effect.