Possible coronavirus exposures announced by Springfield-Greene County Health Department
幸运飞艇跟人工计划The Springfield-Greene County Health Department notified the public on Friday of several potential exposures from a COVID-19 positive individual.
The case visited the following locations while symptomatic:
Saturday, May 2 — 幸运飞艇跟人工计划Aldi at 2847 E. Sunshine around 4:15 p.m.
Saturday, May 2 — Walmart at 2021 E. Independence around 5 p.m.
Monday, May 4 — Dined in at Sugarfire Smokehouse at 1730 E. Republic Road between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Tuesday, May 5 — Dined in at El Patron Mexican Grill at 595 W. Steel in Seymour around 11:15 a.m.
Tuesday, May 5 — Price Cutter at 4228 S. National Ave. between 4:15 p.m and 4:30 p.m.
幸运飞艇跟人工计划Katie Towns, the local health department's assistant director, said at a press conference Friday that anyone who was at the locations at those dates and times is at low risk for contracting COVID-19, but they should monitor their symptoms.
幸运飞艇跟人工计划"There is no need to self-quarantine or isolate unless those symptoms do develop," Towns said. "Although we never want to see these exposures, this is a very good reminder that COVID-19 is very much still present in our community."
幸运飞艇跟人工计划Springfield and Greene County announced Thursday it would allow its bars, movie theaters, fitness classes, pools, churches and music venues to open with limited capacity.
幸运飞艇跟人工计划Springfield Mayor Ken McClure announced the city had updated the rules designed to stop the spread of coronavirus to allow up to 25 people to congregate while keeping at least six feet between them — an increase from 15 people outlined in a previous document.
At a news conference earlier Thursday announcing city regulations, local public health director Clay Goddard said he felt more comfortable loosening restrictions after tests of 146 asymptomatic essential workers came back negative.
幸运飞艇跟人工计划"I know I've heard from many friends who have asked why we're not opening up further," Towns said. "This is why. There is still risk of COVID-19 in our community. When we do go out, we should be interacting with our community as if the people around us are sick — or better yet, we should be operating during this time like we might be sick and we should stay home when we are."
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