Sudbury health officials warn potential public exposure to COVID-19
The latest COVID-19 case in Greater Sudbury is a man in his 30s, Public Health Sudbury & Districts said Friday morning.. (File)
SUDBURY -- Health officials in Sudbury are warning of a potential risk of public exposure to COVID-19 as it announces two new cases in the region.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is advising anyone who visited Kate's Kountry Kitchen on September 4 and 5 between 12 p.m. and 9 p.m. that they may have been at risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus.
If you visited the restaurant on those dates between those times, you are being asked to monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19 and self-isolate if any such symptoms develop.
The new cases being confirmed are the 95th and 96th cases in the region. It is not known how they came into contact with the virus and they are self-isolating.
Kate's Kountry Kitchen is located on Highway 17 outside Hagar, between Sudbury and Sturgeon Falls.