October 16, 2021

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COVID-19: Probable exposure at Trump Tower lounge in Vancouver

A photo of boarded up windows at Trump Tower in downtown Vancouver is an example of the kind of item the Museum of Vancouver is seeking with its new #isolatingTogetherMOV project. John Mackie/PNG [PNG Merlin Archive]

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Nightclubs in B.C. were shut down in March for the reason that of the COVID-19 point out of crisis but numerous reopened in May well and June running as eating places to stay in company. Celebs Nightclub, for instance, opened and then shut once again in July for the reason that of a spike in situations in Kelowna.

However, considering that then there have been a quantity of warnings issued about opportunity publicity at numerous dining places, late-night time eateries and nightclubs, such as Pierre’s Champagne Lounge and the West Oak Cafe in Yaletown, the PumpJack Pub, and Brandi’s and No. 5 Orange strip clubs.

In the newest inform, VCH warned about a possible COVID-19 exposure at Amounts Nightclub in Vancouver. VCH stated the probable exposures transpired on Aug. 4 and 7, from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. on both equally dates. Ranges on Seymour closed Tuesday for 48 hours to go through a expert cleaning but prepared to reopen Thursday.

Levels has not responded to thoughts from Postmedia News about irrespective of whether folks have been dancing at the club after a online video, posted on Instagram by Club Mumbai, which runs Thursday evenings at Amounts, showed folks dancing shut together previous week. The video clip has given that been taken down.

Final Thursday night was not a person of the evenings flagged by VCH for possible exposure to the virus.

A video posted by Club Mumbai, which operates Thursday evenings at Stages, demonstrates people today dancing near collectively final 7 days. Instagram

WorkSafeBC states it has only been given a few issues concerning nightclubs violating COVID-19 restriction. Two of the issues did final result in worksite inspections, but WorkSafeBC states it has not issued any orders to nightclubs.

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