Mississauga wedding attendees exposed to COVID-19, told to get tested


Published October 1, 2021 at 9:18 pm

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Anyone who attended wedding events at Chandri Victoria Hall in Mississauga on two recent dates will need to get tested for COVID-19, due to an exposure.

In an advisory sent on Friday evening (Oct. 1), Peel Public Health says anyone who attended events at the Drew Road banquet hall on Sept. 24 or 26 should seek immediate testing. That goes for the fully vaccinated, too.

Individuals who attended and are not fully vaccinated must self-isolate until end of day on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Fully vaccinated individuals, who do not have any symptoms, do not need to isolate; however, they should continue to follow precautions such as masking, physical distancing and limiting contacts while waiting for test results.

Everyone seeking testing because of the exposure should give testers the following outbreak number: 2253-2021-47957.

Testing locations can be found by Googling ‘COVID testing near me’ with location services enabled.

Failure to comply with self-isolation can result in fines under the Section 22 Class Order, the public health unit said.

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