Peel Public Health informs everyone who attended a wedding event in Mississauga last weekend about possible exposure to COVID-19.

Health officials say that anyone who attended the event at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Malton on Airport Road between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on October 3 should be tested immediately.

“All guests should be tested, regardless of vaccination status,” the health unit said in a statement Friday. “People who are not fully vaccinated should self-isolate until they receive a negative test result.”

Officials say that fully vaccinated people who do not show any symptoms do not need to isolate themselves, however, they must follow public health protocols such as masking, physical distancing and limited contact with others while they await their test results.

Failure to do so may result in fines under the Section 22 Class Order.

All persons seeking evidence due to exposure are encouraged to provide testers with the following outbreak number: 2253-2021-48380.

The news comes the same day the province announced that it was lifting capacity limits at certain venues such as concerts, theaters and sports stadiums. The measure includes weddings and wedding receptions if they are held in an event space, but restrictions remain for church wedding services.

Reference-toronto.citynews.ca

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