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Health officials in the Canadian city of Toronto have warned that as many as people may have been exposed to the coronavirus at a downtown strip club after an employee tested positive for the virus.
The employee worked four shifts in early August, the city said in a statement, without detailing the capacity in which the employee worked. Public health experts, however, questioned how many patrons would have handed over legitimate contact information.
Toronto health officials suggested their initial investigation found the club to be lacking when it came to following the required protocols, which include distancing between staff and customers and the use of a Plexiglass shield when this is not possible.
His thoughts soon turned to the strain the news could take on relationships. Sorry for the spouse, seriously. Others questioned the decision to allow such establishments to open as the province grapples with a pandemic that has seen more than 40, people test positive to date. Are these the right priorities?
The city said the club was cooperating with orders to put in place measures to prevent the spread of infections, such as ensuring staff and patrons wear masks and practice physical distancing. The Brass Rail did not respond to a request for comment. But the Toronto Star noted that the club had posted a message on its front door. This article is more than 5 months old. The Brass Rail strip club in Toronto.