Employee at Walter Baker and Minto sports activities amenities checks constructive for COVID-19

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Town of Ottawa mentioned Saturday staffer who works at two city-run recreation amenities has examined constructive for COVID-19.

In a launch, town mentioned the particular person final labored at Walter Baker Sports activities Centre on Tuesday, Oct. 6, and on the Minto Recreation advanced on Sunday Oct. four.

The employee was asymptomatic on the time, however started to really feel gentle signs. They then discovered a detailed contact had examined constructive for the virus, and town employee went for testing on Oct. 7.

A constructive check was confirmed on Saturday, town mentioned.

The employee continues to self-isolate and monitor signs.

On Friday, town introduced two workers members on the city-run Garry J. Armstrong long-term care house on Porter Island had examined constructive for COVID-19.

Two different city-run LTC properties, the Peter D. Clarke Centre and the Centre d’accueil Champlain, are additionally having a COVID-19 outbreak, though not one of the outbreaks contain residents.

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