Think before you drink. A new Toronto contract tracing example shows how a night out led to more than 80 exposures to COVID-19. \nThe city's public health agency shared the real-world example on their Twitter page showing how one night out has sent a number of people in Toronto into self-isolation. \nEditor's Choice: Canada Hit 150K Total COVID-19 Cases & Almost Half Of Them Are In 1 Province\nA powerful reminder that #COVID19 spreads when given the chance & we all need to take steps for self-protection: here's a real-world example of how 1 night out in TO led to 20 cases & at least 80 people exposed to the virus who had to self-monitor, self-isolate & get tested. pic.twitter.com/QEGYHwv288— Toronto Public Health (@TOPublicHealth) September 25, 2020\n\n\nThe chart shows that at the first bar, 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 led to two new infections, as well as at least 17 low-risk contacts. \nThen the two new cases from the first bar went to another spot leading to at least one high-risk exposure and 29 low-risk contacts.\nAfter that, those two infected individuals went to a third establishment. That resulted in five more new cases of the virus as well as exposure for 17 high-risk contacts and 23 low-risk contacts. \n\nToronto Public health says that contract tracing shows that 20 cases of the COVID-19 came from this one night. It also caused 80 people to self-monitor, self isolate and get tested. \nThey also say the situation is still unfolding, so more cases could be discovered. \nOttawa Public Health reported a similar scenario recently where a 40 person BBQ in the park exposed over 100 people to the virus and caused several confirmed cases.