Putin-Bay, Ohio — officials with the Toledo-Lucas County health Department and Ottawa County health Department say several people who’ve recently visited bars and restaurants in Putin-Bay with a positive test result COVID-19 coronavirus, according to the report.
WTVG channel 13 reports at least seven people have a positive result. Six people from Lucas County and one from the County of Ottawa The records of the Sandusky register. All the people called for Putin-Bay between June 17 and 21.
In Port Clinton News Herald people who tested positive have visited the hotel Commodore, Mr. ed and fog. Anyone who was in these areas from June 17 to 21 are asked to self quarantine for 14 days.
“The virus can be spread when people are in close proximity to each other, and not to wear a face” Nancy Osborn, Commissioner Ottawa County health, said in a press release to the news Herald. “The public needs to understand the importance of personal responsibility and make important steps to protect themselves and others from unnecessary transmission COVID-19.”
Osborne tells the register that her Department received information that the company is not using “due diligence” to maintain social distancing among customers.
“They assured us that they will change their practices,” said Osborne. “We ensure that their methods”.
Putin Bay mayor dress Jessica said that most of the businesses complied with state requirements, including staff wearing masks, limiting capacity and perform “the highest standards of clean.”
“We ask that visitors help us to do the same,” dress said. “One of the usual summer Oh directions are open for business, we saw a record number of people on the island and want to continue to serve all of them in the safest way possible.”
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