At least 105 people may have been exposed to COVID-19 after interacting with positive staff cases at a restaurant in Vaughan, Ont.
On Tuesday, York Region Public Health issued a public notice warning customers of Avenue Cibi e Vini on Islington Avenue about a possible exposure to COVID-19 between March 30 and April 1.
According to the notice, officials have identified “approximately 105 high-risk contacts.”
“York Region Public Health continues to struggle identifying high-risk contacts due to incomplete contact information, necessitating the need for a public notice,” the statement added.
According to officials, the exposure was caused by positive staff cases. They did not specify how many employees tested positive for COVID-19.
York Region Public Health is requesting that anyone who dined at the restaurant within the three-day period to self-isolate for 14 days, beginning on the day they dined there. They are also asked to self-monitor for symptoms and to get a COVID-19 test if they develop any symptoms.
As of 1 p.m. on April 1, the restaurant was closed.
According to public health officials, the incident is currently under investigation.