Seven individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 were connected to some downtown Toronto restaurant. )
At a news release Saturday, Toronto Public Health stated five workers and two sponsors of Yonge Street Warehouse, north west of Yonge and Dundas, contracted the illness.
“TPH has followed with known intimate contacts. The close connections are requested to self-isolate to get 14 weeks and also to choose testing,” the announcement reads.
TPH said people who have been in the association between Sept. 10 and Sept. 17 might have been subjected to COVID-19.
Around 1,700 individuals might have been in the place throughout this period of time, TPH noted.
“As a precaution, TPH is requesting anyone who had been in the Yonge Street Warehouse involving September 10 and September 17 to track to COVID-19 indications for 14 weeks after their trip.”
Earlier in the afternoon, Crews and Tangos advocated all of its clients who visited the pub between September 18 and September 20 for tested for COVID-19 following a drag actor contracted the virus.
Additionally, TPH declared on Saturday the closing of 3 King Street West restaurants such as failing to comply with COVID-19 limitations.
The circumstances come because the state required all pubs, restaurants, and clubs to quit serving alcohol 11 p.m., also shut their doors from midnight except for takeout and delivery. )
Toronto Public Health reported 161 fresh COVID-19 diseases on Saturday, bringing the city’s total to 18,509.