Posted on September 3, 2021 at 11:18 a.m.
Peel Public Health is urging everyone who attended a party at a Mississauga production studio to get tested for COVID-19.
On September 3, the regional health authority announced that people who attended a party at Studio Chaar Productions Ltd. (1707 Sismet Rd) on August 21 may have been exposed to COVID-19.
According to its official website, Studio Chaar is a production services company specializing in film, television and online content.
All participants are advised to get tested immediately, including fully vaccinated guests.
In a press release, Peel Public Health said anyone seeking to get tested due to this exposure should give testers epidemic number 2253-2021-46003.
Anyone who develops symptoms compatible with COVID-19 are advised to self-isolate.
According to Peel Public Health, organized events are subject to public disclosure of COVID-19 exposures when there are 100 or more people and two or more confirmed cases associated with the event, or if there is an increased risk of community transmission due to contact tracing. not possible.
Companies that refuse to disclose a full list of participants for contact tracing purposes could face legal action.
Over the past few weeks, Peel Public Health has reported exhibits at a number of public places in Mississauga. On September 1, the region asked people who visited Sugar Daddy nightclub on August 20, 21 or 22 to get tested immediately due to possible exposure to COVID-19.
Last month, the region announced that patrons who visited the & Company Resto Bar on August 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 or 15 may also have been exposed to COVID-19.
As of September 22, all people eligible for vaccination will need to provide proof that they have been vaccinated before they can enter certain public places, including restaurants and bars, gyms, nightclubs, meeting spaces, public places. sporting events, casinos and strip clubs.
These requirements will not be extended to outdoor environments, where the risk of virus transmission is significantly lower, with the exception of outdoor environments in nightclubs.
According to the Region of Peel website, more than one million residents of Peel (Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon) have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The website says 61.7% of eligible residents are fully vaccinated, while 30.1% are currently unvaccinated.
Health Minister Christine Elliott said the provincial reservation system saw an influx of nominations on September 2 after Premier Doug Ford announced Ontario would implement a vaccine passport.
From Wednesday to Thursday, according to Elliott, appointments for the vaccine more than doubled, and nearly half of the appointments were for the first doses.
With files from Matt Dionne
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