Fourth of July house party in Washtenaw Co. tied to 43 coronavirus cases – Detroit Free Press

There are also at least 2 northern Michigan direct exposures, an out-of-state exposure, and one neighboring county exposure, according to the health department. However, public direct exposures outside the initial gathering are currently considered low-risk exposures..
” This is a really clear example of how quickly this virus spreads and the number of individuals can be affected in a really short amount of time,” Jimena Loveluck, health officer with Washtenaw County Health Department, stated in a news release. “We can not intend to accomplish our goal of containing COVID-19 and preventing additional cases, hospitalizations and deaths without full neighborhood assistance and cooperation.”.
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The Saline Fourth of July outbreak isnt the only current outbreak connected to a large event..

More than 40 coronavirus cases in Saline are connected to a Fourth of July party..
The Washtenaw County Health Department has actually determined 43 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 66 exposed contacts from a houseparty July 2-3 in the Saline area, according to a press release. The exposed contacts do not count immediate relative from the very same family..
Many of the confirmed cases are in individuals ages 15-25, according to the health department..
The health department is asking anyone who attended the event or understands they were exposed to self-quarantine for 14 days and monitor themselves for signs..
An investigation into the break out is continuous, according to the health department. The event has actually resulted in exposure at retailers, dining establishments, companies, canoe liveries, clubs, camps, athletic teams, and a retirement neighborhood.

Harpers Restaurant and Brew Pub has resulted in 158 validated coronavirus cases as of July 2. Of the 158 reported, 131 reported they went to the bar at some point in between June 12-June 30.
The outbreak at the bar led to cases reported across the state in Ingham, Wayne, Oakland, Clinton, St. Clair, Isabella, Macomb, Livingston, Ottawa, Eaton, Shiawassee, Kalamazoo, Manistee, Berrien, and Calhoun counties..
Meredith Spelbring is a news intern with the Detroit Free Press. Reach her at or on Twitter @mere0415.

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The Health Department of Northwest Michigan is recommending guests of a large Fourth of July celebration at Torch Lake Sandbar to monitor themselves for symptoms after a number of individuals have evaluated positive..
The department asks anybody who attended the party to monitor themselves for symptoms and look for screening if signs establish and self-quarantine for 14 days..
A break out at an East Lansing bar made nationwide news after more than 150 people got ill..