The report did indicate that the participants had close contact with at least 71 people. Of the 37 close contacts tested for Covid-19, 17 tested positive within 14 days of contact.
In the two cases secondary to Covid-19, student athletes were in close contact with Covid-19 lawyer attendees. Covid-19 participated in indoor sports exercises and attended classes in person. The school has 650 children and has been closed for two weeks since February 1
Three of the secondary cases of Covid-19 were residents of long-term care facilities and were in close contact with a bar attendant who was a licensed nursing assistant. Four days after opening the bar, the nurse tested positive for Covid-19. A person infected with one of these secondary cases of Covid-19 was hospitalized within 14 days of a positive test result. However, the person was discharged on the same day.
Two weeks after the accident, the county’s 7-day average Covid-19 incidence doubled to at least 86 cases per 100,000 people.
The author wrote in the report: “Due to the restrictions on the use of masks when eating or drinking and the lack of consistent physical distance, bars can play a role in the community transmission of COVID-19.” “These findings indicate that SARS originated from businesses such as bars. The spread of the coronavirus not only affects bar customers and employees, but also affects the entire community.”
The bar activities are held indoors, and there is no outside airflow. Participants cited inconsistent use of masks and ignored the six-foot body grooming guidelines. According to the report, although the total number of people participating in the event is unknown, the bar can hold about 100 people.
According to the CDC report, 82.6% of symptomatic people are related to the incident, and many people are unwilling to disclose their contact person, which indicates that the actual number of cases is higher than the number of cases discovered.
“As community businesses begin to reopen, these findings highlight the importance of businesses and individuals that comply with public health prevention and mitigation guidelines to reduce community transmission, including after receiving a COVID-19 diagnosis and after developing COVID-19-like symptoms. Isolation, even with the expansion of vaccination work,” the author wrote in the report.