21 COVID-19 outbreak in Trois-Rivieres: bars and restaurants under surveillance

There have been 21 outbreaks of COVID-19 in Trois-Rivieres in recent days, mainly in bars and restaurants in the city centre.

Of the 28 outbreaks that have occurred in recent weeks, 21 have been identified in the city center.

Three weeks ago, we noticed an increase in the number of cases, particularly in Trois-Rivieres. “95% of the people involved are people who have not been adequately vaccinated,” says Dr. Marie-José Judy, Director of Public Health and Population Responsibility.

The latter indicates that 74 cases are now linked to Roof Top so far, employees and customers. The institution also temporarily closed its doors.

“We continue to search for this environment,” says Dr. Goody. We definitely expect to have more cases because there has been staff commuting. The largest spread was in the upper deck, but there are also many other companies under watch. Mainly bars and restaurants, but not just these shops. “

A few days before the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières, Dr. Gaudi confirmed that additional measures have been recommended to event organizers, in particular the wearing of a mask at all times in the stands.

With regard to the San Tete Western Festival, the proposed plan of sanitary measures will have to be initially revised, taking into account the epidemiological situation.

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