Peel Public Health has issued alerts about possible COVID-19 exposure in two separate events this past weekend.

Those who attended a religious event in Brampton or a funeral in Mississauga on Nov. 13 are advised to get tested for COVID-19 due to possible exposure, says Peel Public Health.

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According to a statement released by the public health unit, attendees of a religious ceremony at Nanaksar Thath Isher Darbar at 9954 The Gore Rd. In Brampton must undergo an immediate PCR test.

“All guests should be tested immediately and isolate themselves while awaiting results, regardless of vaccination status,” the statement read.

Officials said those seeking evidence due to possible exposure should use the following outbreak number: 2253-2021-50644.

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Through another statement, residents who attended a funeral at New Life Covenant Center at 7050 Bramalea Rd., In Mississauga were asked to get tested for COVID-19.

Peel Public Health added that attendees who initially tried a rapid antigen test should be retested with a PCR kit.

These residents are asked to provide the outbreak number: 2253-2021-50639.

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Both statements from the public health unit said that “people who refuse to be tested must isolate themselves for 20 days.”

It is not known how many people attended any of the events or how many COVID-19 cases may be associated.

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