COVID-19: outbreak at La P’tite grenouille bar in Rimouski

The regional public health directorate of Bas-Saint-Laurent is asking customers who visited the La P’tite Grenouille bar in Rimouski on November 12, 13 and 14 to get tested.

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She also invites people who have participated in private parties on these dates to do the same.

Five people have already tested positive for COVID-19 in this outbreak.

The regional director, Dr. Sylvain Leduc, invites the population to collaborate in order to limit the transmission of the coronavirus in the community.

“To break the chain of transmission, we need to trace all those who have been potentially exposed to the virus and isolate them, if necessary. If you receive a call from public health, I ask you to team up with us, ”he said in a statement.

Last Thursday the Dr Leduc invited the people of Bas-Saint-Laurent to make a final effort to prevent the region from going into the red zone.

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