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COVID-19 Outbreak At Ontario Nightclub Results In 42 Cases

Hamilton Public Health is asking partygoers to get tested after a COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at a local nightclub.

According to a press release, Sizzle Nightclub, which is located at 25 Hess Street South, was first reported to be a hot spot on August 20 after nine confirmed cases were linked to the club.

According to CP24, the case numbers are now confirmed to be at 42 with exposures being linked to three specific dates of August 7, 13 and 14.

Anyone who attended the club on the exposure dates is being recommended to get COVID-19 tested as soon as possible.

However, Public Health has stated that an ongoing transmission at the establishment "is not suspected at this time." As a result, the venue has been permitted to remain open to the public.

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