LANGLEY (NEWS 1130) — Fraser Health is notifying people who may have come in contact with COVID-19 at a popular night club in Langley.
On Feb. 29 and March 14 between 10:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. someone at the Gabby’s Country Cabaret has had a confirmed case of the new virus which has infected 472 people in B.C.
“Out of an abundance of caution, we are notifying you,” the release says.
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“We are asking, you to monitor your health for fever, cough, or difficulty breathing and you avoid crowded public spaces and places where you cannot easily separate yourself from others if they become ill.”
If you do have symptoms or develop them, isolate and call 8-1-1 to contact HealthLink BC.
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Vancouver has banned all dine-in service at restaurants and bars as of Saturday at midnight.
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart made the announcement Friday, a day after he officially declared the city is under a local state of emergency.
“The latest numbers continue to demonstrate that despite the extraordinary efforts of federal, provincial, and local governments, we are one of the hardest hit regions in the country,” Stewart said.
He acknowledged the ban could bring hardship to businesses and employees but said it needed to happen.
As of Monday evening, 13 people in the province have died due to the new coronavirus.