Out of an abundance of caution, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying residents of a possible COVID-19 transmission at four Lloydminster businesses.
Anyone who may have come into contact with the individual who recently tested positive may not necessarily have contracted COVID-19, but health officials are asking people to monitor their health over the next 14 days.
People who were at the following locations during the specified time should closely monitor their health over the next two weeks:
- Nutter’s Everday Naturals, 3106 – 50th Ave., 5 to 6 p.m
- Co-op Food Store, 3606 – 50th Ave., 5 to 6 p.m.
- Original Joe’s Restaurant & Bar, #107D – 5027 – 44th St., 5 to 7 p.m.
- Lloyd Lanes, 6822 – 56th St., 4 to 11:30 p.m.
- Lloyd Lanes, 6822 – 56th St., 4 to 11 p.m.
Locations in Meadow Lake, North Battleford and Regina are under advisory as well.
Anyone seeking more information on a possible transmission can visit the SHA’s public advisory.
Management at Lloyd Lanes reached out to Lloyd Connect and claimed the SHA has instructed the appropriate staff members to immediately self-isolate and request testing.
Lloyd Lanes management added the SHA has informed Lloyd Lanes that due to the facility’s COVID protocols and sanitation practices, the possibility of transmission remains low and the business is permitted to remain in operation.
Those who develop symptoms are being instructed to self-isolate and contact 811 to arrange for testing.