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Timeline for public health updates for previous COVID-19 exposure

Timeline for public health updates for previous COVID-19 exposure

The exposure took place on November 2 at The Bitter and Martini Bar and Restaurant. The exposure was previously announced on November 5th

News release

Nova Scotia Health


Nova Scotia Health Public Health is updating the timeline in the past Announced Potential exposure to COVID-19 at The Bitter and Martini Bar and Restaurant (1572 Argyle Street) in Halifax on November 2. The revelation was previously announced on Thursday, November 5th.

The potential exposure to the COVID-19 timeline for The Bitter End on November 2 has been extended to include all patrons and staff who attended the establishment between 9pm and closing.

Those attending Bitter & Martini Bar on November 2 from 9pm to 9pm are advised to contact 811 to arrange for a Kovid-19 test, regardless of whether they are symptomatic or not.

Visit to self-assess if you have had or are currently experiencing:

Fever or cough (new or worse)

The following are two or more features (new or worse):
-Sore throat
-The runny nose

If you do not have online access or have other features related to you you can call 811.

Please note:

To self-isolate until you get 811 advice on the next steps.
Do not go directly to the COVID-19 Assessment Center without being instructed to do so by 811.
Currently, anyone traveling to Nova Scotia from outside the Atlantic provinces is expected to be self-isolated for 14 days upon arrival.

When Nova Scotia Health makes a public health notification it is not a reflection on their behavior or activities mentioned in the notification.

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All Nova Scots are advised to continue monitoring for COVID-19 symptoms and to follow public health guidelines on how to obtain care.

The latest information on COVID-19 is available at