Wedding guests at two Mississauga locations exposed to COVID-19 and must get tested


Published November 25, 2021 at 3:09 pm

Guests who attended a wedding and reception at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Malton, at 7280 Airport Rd., on Nov. 20 were exposed to COVID-19 and should get tested right away. (Photo: Facebook)

Peel Public Health officials are urging anyone who attended two recent wedding ceremonies and the associated receptions at different Mississauga locations to get tested as soon as possible for COVID-19. 

Officials say guests and others who were at a Nov. 17-18 wedding and reception at National Banquet Halls, 7355 Torbram Rd., were exposed to the virus, as were those who attended a Nov. 20 wedding and reception at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Malton, at 7280 Airport Rd. 

Guests of both events are urged to get tested immediately for COVID-19, regardless of their vacciniation status, health officials say. 

All individuals, even if fully vaccinated, must self-isolate until Nov. 30, even if they receive a negative result, officials add. Failure to self-isolate can result in fines. 

The Nov. 17-18 event ran from 6 p.m.-1 a.m. The Nov. 20 wedding ran from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. 

Those who seek testing due to exposure at either location should provide testers with the following outbreak number: 2253-2021-51094.  

For testing locations, search online “COVID testing near me”. 

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