Chuck’s Roadhouse Customers Advised To Self-Monitor For COVID-19 Symptoms, Says Health Unit

Saturday August 1st, 2020

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Patrons who dined at the Tecumseh Road East Chuck’s Roadhouse location on July 24th and 25th are now being asked to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days, the Health Unit said Saturday.

The Health Unit announced Friday they were investigating after they say an employee unknowingly worked while infectious.

Dr. Wajid Ahmed, Medical Officer of Health told reporters the employee was wearing a mask, was social distancing and was following precautions, and that the employee developed symptoms after the days they worked.

The Health Unit said Saturday customers who were on the patio or who picked up take out food on those dates are being asked to use the online COVID-19 Self-Assessment website, to monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days, and if any symptoms develop, contact their primary care provider or go to a COVID-19 assessment centre.

Dr. Ahmed said Saturday anyone who develops symptoms should be tested as soon as possible.

“While the risk of contracting COVID-19 is low, it is important for customers to watch for the development of signs and symptoms consistent with the novel coronavirus,” he said. “Anyone who develops symptoms should be tested as soon as they can.”

The Health Unit said Saturday that restaurant management has completed “a thorough cleaning and sanitization.”

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