Vancouver restaurants may disclose cases of employees testing positive for COVID-19.We’re consolidating this information so that as the weekend approaches you will know which local spots have seen recent cases and if there are any closings you should be aware of.
Here are the updates on confirmed coronavirus cases between August 31 and September 4.
Salle Banter (1039 Mainland Street)
- VCH has expanded an exhibition warning for people who visited Banter Room from August 20 to August 27 inclusive. The potential exhibition took place “during opening hours”.
El Furniture Granville warehouse (989, rue Granville)
- According to VCH, El Furniture Warehouse Granville is a site of possible exhibits that could have happened on August 25 and 26. The potential exposure times on these dates were during opening hours.
Havana (1212 Commercial Drive)
- Havana temporarily closed its doors on Monday after one of its staff tested positive for the coronavirus. In a statement on Tuesday, Havana said Vancouver Coastal Health believes this case poses a low risk to all guests. The restaurant has since reopened.
Juke Fried Chicken / Chickadee (182 Keefer Street)
- Juke Fried Chicken said on Instagram Monday that one of its employees tested positive on a day off, and Vancouver Coastal Health determined there was no significant risk of transmission at the restaurant. This location will reopen on September 4 at 11 a.m.