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AYR Motor Centre mistakenly added to COVID exposure list

River Valley Sun

New Brunswick Public Health mistakenly added the AYR Motor Centre in Woodstock to its COVID-19 Potential Public Exposure lists.

In a release issued shortly after 3 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 23, Woodstock Recreation and Community Services reported that Public Health notified town officials of public exposure of COVID-19 at the AYR Motors Centre on Aug. 19, between 11 and 3 p.m., and on Aug. 20, between noon and 5 p.m.

Just over an hour later, the town issued a follow-up release stating, "the AYR Motor Centre manager has been advised by Public Health that an error has occurred and the AYR Motor Centre did not have a public exposure of COVID-19 on August 19th or 20th."

As a result the first notification, the town requires, as of Aug. 23, that all patrons “must sign in at the AYR Motor Centre reception with legible handwriting of name and phone number.”

The mandatory sign-in will remain in place, town officials said.

Public Health’s updated Potential Public Exposure list latest additions also include Woodstock’s Old Court House at 19 Court Street in Upper Woodstock, between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Aug. 18.

The Woodstock announcement included what to do if potentially exposed to the virus.

Public Health advice for people who were at any of these locations at the dates and times specified includes:

• Book a COVID-19 test, either online or by calling 811.

• Self-monitor for any symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days after the potential exposure.

• If any COVID-19 symptoms develop, isolate immediately and book a test, either online or by calling 811.

• It can take up to five (5) days before you would test positive after being exposed to COVID-19; if your test results come back negative, continue self-monitoring for any symptoms and get tested immediately if you develop symptoms.

• Avoid visiting settings with vulnerable populations such as nursing homes, correctional facilities, and shelters over the next 14 days.

• Continue to follow all Public Health advice, including wearing a mask, washing hands frequently, and maintaining physical distancing in public settings.

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