Increased COVID-19 activity linked to Pink Nightclub in Saskatoon: SHA

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The Saskatchewan Health Authority issued an increased COVID-19 exposure alert for a Saskatoon business.  (Trevor Bothorel/Radio-Canada - image credit)
The Saskatchewan Health Authority issued an increased COVID-19 exposure alert for a Saskatoon business. (Trevor Bothorel/Radio-Canada - image credit)

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has issued a COVID-19 exposure alert linked to a Saskatoon nightclub.

The health authority says people who attended Pink Nightclub on July 24 at 10 p.m. to July 25 at 3 a.m. CST were likely exposed to COVID-19.

People who were in attendance during the mentioned dates and times are asked to seek testing for COVID-19 immediately.

There is an exception for those who are fully immunized against the virus and got their second dose on or before July 9, the SHA said in a news release. However, those who are fully vaccinated are still asked to self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 until Aug. 8.

Any vaccinated people who develop symptoms are asked to immediately self-isolate and seek testing.

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