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Another Outbreak At A Toronto Restaurant Exposed Around 600 People To COVID-19

Customers are being asked to monitor for symptoms.
Toronto Bar May Have Exposed 600 People To COVID-19 Last Week

If you've been out to this popular Toronto bar, Public Health is asking you to monitor your symptoms. 

Hundreds of residents have potentially been exposed to COVID-19 this month after Regulars Bar reported an outbreak.  

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600 Patrons could've been exposed to COVID-19

According to the City of Toronto, three employees of the establishment have tested positive for COVID-19. 

Residents could have been exposed to the disease if they visited the spot between September 13 to September 22.

Those who are considered high-risk have already been contacted.

However, if you were at the bar and weren't contacted you are still being asked to monitor for symptoms. 

The incident at Regulars Bar isn't the first reported outbreak. 

Around 1,700 people were potentially exposed to COVID-19 while out at El Furniture Warehouse.

Three restaurants on King Street were also forced to shut their doors after Toronto's medical officer discovered that the establishments were not properly protecting their customers from the disease. 

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