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Another Toronto Strip Club Shuts Down After 7 COVID-19 Cases

The club will be closed for two weeks.
Toronto Strip Club With COVID-19 Shuts Down After 7 Positive Cases.

One establishment has shut down after a Toronto strip club with COVID-19 reported seven positive cases. 

Club Paradise at 1313 Bloor Street in Toronto has recorded positive cases, with six staff and one patron known to have become sick, according to Toronto Public Health.

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Seven people who tested positive for COVID-19 are confirmed.


Toronto Public Health

The club has voluntarily closed for two weeks following news that people who visited between August 29 and September 10 may have come into contact with the disease.

At the moment, TPH states that the risk to patrons is considered low.

Public Health is asking those that were in the building at the time to monitor themselves for symptoms and to take extra care to ensure a safe distance from others.

Previous cases of COVID-19 in Toronto strip clubs include when a Brass Rail employee tested positive, followed by a customer soon after.

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