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Possible coronavirus exposures reported at 2 Coquitlam pubs

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Health officials are asking visitors to two Coquitlam pubs earlier this month to watch themselves for symptoms of COVID-19.

Fraser Health reported potential exposures to the virus at the businesses during the first week of August.

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The first exposure event was at The Taphouse Coquitlam at 405 North Road No. 2 between 9 p.m. on Aug. 1 and 2 a.m. on Aug. 2.

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The second was at Charlie Hamilton’s Pub at 1031-1163 Pinetree Way on Aug. 4 between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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Fraser Health says the potential exposures are believed to be low risk.

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Anyone who develops symptoms is urged to seek testing and self-isolate immediately.

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Potential COVID-19 exposures have been reported at two Vancouver night clubs, stores in the Pacific Centre mall, a downtown shoe store and a rave in Surrey in recent days.