COVID-19 Case Linked to Grizzly Grill in Kingston, Health Unit Says – Kingston | The Canadian News

KFL & A Public Health asks those who attended a Kingston restaurant to get tested for COVID-19 after a positive case was identified.

According to Dr. Hugh Guan, the region’s acting medical health officer, one positive case was related to The Grizzly Grill Bar and Restaurant at 395 Princess St.

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The health unit asks anyone who was in the restaurant on September 16 between 10:30 pm and midnight to monitor symptoms for 10 days.

The health unit says it only identifies locations connected to positive cases when contact trackers cannot identify all potential contacts in a case.

As of Monday, there were 31 active COVID-19 cases in the Kingston region.

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