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Multiple Community Exposure Sites Identified In Grand Traverse, Leelanau Counties

By Beth Milligan | July 8, 2020

Multiple sites of potential community exposure to coronavirus have been identified this week in Grand Traverse and Leelanau counties.

In Grand Traverse County, Health Department officials released a list of the following potential exposure sites and times: 

> YMCA West Silver Lake Rd: Monday June 29 8-9am (Wellness floor: General), Tuesday June 30 11:30am–12:15pm (Wellness floor: Free weight area), Wednesday July 1 1pm–3pm (Wellness floor: Free weight area), Thursday July 2 12-1pm (Studio B only)
> The GYM Traverse City: 6/29 daily through 7/3 between 12-4 pm
> Dillinger’s Pub: 6/28 from 11-8 pm
> Bootlegger’s Bar: 6/28 from 11-8 pm
> Union Street Station: 6/28 from 11-8 pm
> Brady’s Bar: 6/26 (time unknown)
> Cherry Capital Airport: 6/24, Allegiant flight #998, St. Petersburg/Clearwater Florida to Traverse City, arrival at 10:15am

In addition to the above, Dillinger's also posted on the bar's Facebook page that an employee who tested positive for coronavirus worked on Wednesday, June 24 from 9pm-2am and Saturday, June 27 from 11am-7pm (in addition to the June 28 shift noted by the Health Department). The employee tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday, July 1. Dillinger's closed the bar effectively immediately for a professional deep clean and disinfection and will reopen on Tuesday, July 14.

The Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department also identified two exposure sites in Leelanau County:

> Leland Lodge: 6/28 and 6/29 from 4pm-10pm
> Leland Country Club: 6/29 from 10am-3pm, 6/30 from 10:30am-2:30pm, 7/2 from 10:30am-2:30pm

Anyone who was present at the above locations, dates, and times is asked to self-monitor for 14 days from the exposure date for symptoms daily. If you develop symptoms or seek testing, quarantine until test results come back. 

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