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Patrons warned about possible COVID-19 exposure at 2 Vancouver establishments

Patrons who attended West Oak restaurant and Pierre's Champagne Lounge between July 31 and Aug. 3 should monitor for COVID-19 symptoms.
Patrons who attended West Oak restaurant and Pierre's Champagne Lounge between July 31 and Aug. 3 should monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. Google Street View

Patrons at two Vancouver establishments are being warned about possible exposure to COVID-19.

Vancouver Coastal Health says anyone who was at West Oak Restaurant at 1035 Mainland St. and Pierre’s Champagne Lounge at 1028 Hamilton St in Vancouver from July 31 to Aug. 3 should monitor themselves for symptoms.

The lounge is in a separate space at the back of the restaurant and the exposures occurred during the evening and late-night hours.

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Recent infection cases and exposures have been linked to restaurants, bars, big parties and festival-like gatherings.

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Three Vancouver police officers and two Vancouver police patrols are in isolation after breaking up an out-of-control party with more than 100 people attending, Ralph Kaisers, president of the Vancouver Police Union, said on social media on Friday.

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In addition, hundreds of people are now self-isolating following a house party in North Vancouver.

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“The numbers of contacts related to that are in the 400 range,” B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said on Thursday.