The Spot Nightclub has made the pre-emptive decision to close its doors this weekend after several positive cases of COVID-19 have been linked to its establishment on the night of October 31.
KFL & A Public Health recommends that people who attended The Spot Nightclub get tested for COVID-19 at:
- October 29, from October 22 to 30, at 3 a.m.
- October 30, from October 22 to 31, at 3 a.m.
- October 31, from November 22 to 1, at 3 a.m.
- November 4, November 22 to 5, at 3 a.m.
- November 5, November 22 to 6, at 3 a.m.
- November 6, November 22 to 7, at 3 a.m.
As of November 8, The Spot told YGK News that additional positive cases of COVID-19 were identified.
“At this point, we have been notified about two people who were at the Spot on Halloween night. We are currently in the process of encouraging staff members and customers to do quick tests, ”the owner of the establishment told YGK News on Monday.
By Tuesday, a press release suggested that “several” positive cases had been identified.
An outbreak was declared at a “food and beverage” establishment on Monday, but neither The Spot nor KFLA Public Health confirmed that the outbreak is related to The Spot. There are currently 5 cases associated with the location of food and beverages.
However, owner Jordan West told YGK News that they would take the lead and close their doors for next weekend if an outbreak were declared.
“If an outbreak is declared from the Spot, we would take the initiative and close our doors for this coming weekend to ensure that all personnel have been tested at the right time by an official test facility to ensure the safety of our customers. “Owner Jordan said. West told YGK News.
More to come.