Health Unit Warns Of Possible Public COVID-19 Exposure On Transit Windsor Buses

Tuesday October 19th, 2021

Posted at 10:26am

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File photo of a Transit Windsor bus (windsoriteDOTca News)

The Windsor Essex County Health Unit has announced new possible public COVID-19 exposures that may have taken place on Transit Windsor buses.

They say the possible exposures took place on these routes, on these dates:

  • Monday, October 11th – 8:11 a.m. Transway 1C (University at Cameron to Tecumseh at Ouellette)
  • Monday, October 11th – 2:07 p.m. Transway 1C (Ouellette at Tecumseh to Transit Terminal)
  • Tuesday, October 12th – 7:22 a.m. Dominion #5 (Riverside at Crawford to SCC Front Entrance)
  • Tuesday, October 12th – 2:19 p.m. OR 2:39 p.m. Dominion #5 (SCC Front Entrance to Crawford at Riverside)
  • Wednesday, October 13th – 10:42 a.m. Dominion #5 (Riverside at Crawford to SCC Front Entrance)
  • Wednesday, October 13th – 12:19 p.m. Dominion #5 (SCC Front Entrance to Crawford at Riverside)

The Health Unit lists locations open to the public where a positive case of COVID-19 worked, visited, or attended during their infectious period when it is determined there was a risk of public exposure, and when the Health Unit is not able to contact everyone who may have been exposed.

They say that the potential exposures listed are considered low risk, however as a precaution they ask anyone who visited any of the locations on the identified dates to monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID-19 for fourteen days from the date of exposure.

Anyone with symptoms is asked to stay home and take the Health Unit’s online self-assessment tool.

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