Vancouver, WA (KPTV) – public health in Clark County is concerned about the people who last month visited a bar in Vancouver, may have contracted COVID-19 after it was reported, flash.

Public health says anyone who has visited the gardens of the active bar and grill between 19 and 25 June, should contact their physician and ask to be tested for disease. They should also quarantine in their homes within 14 days of the date when they visited the bar.

There were 18 cases COVID-19 is associated with a bar, four men and 14 buyers around.

“Given the number of customers who have a positive result, we fear that others may be in danger of getting sick,” said Dr. Alan Miller, Clark County health Department and the head of public health. “We want everyone at risk to so we can isolate those who are contagious, and quarantine all close contacts can be checked quickly. These steps are necessary to prevent the virus from spreading further”.

The investigation began June 29 after an employee has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the district. In the following days, three additional employees tested positive.

Gardens of the crane closed on June 25, authorities said.

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