NSHA Warns of Potential COVID-19 Exposure at Halifax Restaurant – Halifax


NSHA Public Health is warning of potential COVID-19 exposure at G-Street Pizza, 2302 Gottingen Street, on April 4 and 6.

Public Health said it would contact anyone known to be close contact with the person or people confirmed to have COVID-19 directly.

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Although most people have been contacted, Public Health said there may be contacts of which it is not aware.

“It is expected that anyone exposed to the virus on the dates indicated here may develop symptoms until April 20, 2020 inclusive,” the NSHA said in a statement released on Sunday.

“People should watch for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 themselves.”

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According to public health, the symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose and headache.

People are advised that if they have at least two of the above symptoms, they should call 811 for an assessment.

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