On Sunday, KFL & A Public Health Medical Officer Dr. Piotr Oglaza confirmed two positive COVID-19 cases traveling on Kingston Transit bus routes.
The first confirmed case traveled down Route 16 on November 6, departing from the Kingston Center transfer point at 12:30 p.m. M. And arriving at Concession Street / Kingscourt Avenue at 12:35 p.m. M., And by Route 1 on November 9, leaving the city center. transfer point at 7:50 am and arrival at Division Street / First Canada Avenue at 8:10 am
The second confirmed case traveled by express route 701 on November 10 and 11, leaving Division / Kirkpatrick street at 6:05 a.m. and arriving at the Frontenac shopping center at 6:30 a.m., and by route 7, leaving the Cataraquí Center at 4 pm. until arriving at Elliott Avenue at 4:20 pm
KFL & A Public Health is asking those affected by the first exposure to be tested immediately and 10 days later. For those affected by the second exposure, people are asked to monitor symptoms and get tested after 10 days. Public Health says the exposures were low-risk in nature.
If you have been affected by this exposure, appointments for COVID-19 testing at the Beechgrove testing center can be booked online and by phone.