But that’s what happened in Pasadena last month. And when a woman infected with coronavirus appeared, and coughed at a party without a mask, public health officials said the virus took off.
“There was someone who was coughing who attended the party and then there were five laboratories that confirmed COVID-19 cases and many other people who were sick with the symptoms of COVID after that,” Dr. Ying-Ying Goh, health city of Pasadena. the officer.
Pasadena community health workers can track the spread of the virus back to the party by tracking contacts. Officials said the guests at the party did not wear face coverings or practice social distance.
Health officials said the party was attended by “a large number” of family members and friends long after the coronavirus stayed home.
But what is not known at this time is if one of five infected party visitors has also spread the infection to others over the past few weeks.
“Everyone is asked to stay at home,” Goh said. “They were ordered to stay at home, but we only asked for public cooperation to keep you and your family safe.”
City officials said no quotations were issued in connection with the party.
Elsewhere in Pasadena, the city has reopened a golf course, but the popular Rose Bowl Loop trail remains closed. The library was also closed, but some city librarians helped during the pandemic by working with the health department as a contact tracker.
Free COVID-19 testing is available at Rose Bowl and the Barry ChapCare Chapryare Health Center. Agreement required. Register at city’s official website.
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