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The number of cases associated with Sanford area funeral and reception have risen, Maine CDC says – WMTW Portland

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Sanford Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9935 on Hutchenson Street in Sanford from Aug. 24 to present (break out opened 9/11/2020).
Lafayette Social Club on Winter Street in Sanford in between Aug. 27 and Sept. 2 (outbreak opened 9/5/2020).
Wolves Club on High Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present.
Springvale Social Club on Bridge Street in Springvale from Sept. 1 to present.
Sanford Elks Lodge on Elm Street in Sanford from Sept. 3 to present.
Amvets Sanford Post 3 on School Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present (break out opened 9/9/2020).

SANFORD, Maine–.
The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported Saturday a rise in cases associated with a Sanford area funeral service and reception on Aug. 31.
That number now sits at 10 overall cases associated with those gatherings. The funeral took place outdoors at the Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale, and the reception took place inside and outdoors at Sanford American Legion Post 443 on Main Street in Springvale, according to the Maine CDC.

Individuals who attended the funeral and reception who have given that been confirmed are stated to have gone to social clubs in the area, possibly exposing others at those clubs. The Maine CDC states theyve opened break out examinations for the reception, which now likewise includes the funeral service, and for numerous social clubs earlier this week.
Close contacts of verified cases have actually been alerted. Links to the social club have been figured out through epidemiological investigations. Anybody who attended the following clubs on the following dates were potentially exposed to the infection and needs to contact their health care service provider:.

These break outs have not been connected to ongoing break out investigations at other websites in York County, but epidemiological examination continues, according to the Maine CDC.

Anybody who went to the following clubs on the following dates were possibly exposed to the infection and needs to contact their health care supplier: Sanford Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9935 on Hutchenson Street in Sanford from Aug. 24 to present (break out opened 9/11/2020). Lafayette Social Club on Winter Street in Sanford between Aug. 27 and Sept. 2 (outbreak opened 9/5/2020). Wolves Club on High Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present. Sanford Elks Lodge on Elm Street in Sanford from Sept. 3 to present. Amvets Sanford Post 3 on School Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present (break out opened 9/9/2020).

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported Saturday a rise in cases related to a Sanford location funeral and reception on Aug. 31. That number now sits at 10 overall cases related to those events. The funeral happened outdoors at the Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale, and the reception happened inside your home and outdoors at Sanford American Legion Post 443 on Main Street in Springvale, according to the Maine CDC. People who went to the funeral service and reception who have actually given that been validated are stated to have actually visited social clubs in the location, possibly exposing others at those clubs. The Maine CDC states theyve opened break out investigations for the reception, which now likewise consists of the funeral service, and for numerous social clubs previously today. Close contacts of validated cases have actually been notified. Hyperlinks to the social club have been determined through epidemiological investigations. Anyone who participated in the following clubs on the following dates were potentially exposed to the virus and should contact their health care company: Sanford Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9935 on Hutchenson Street in Sanford from Aug. 24 to present (break out opened 9/11/2020). Lafayette Social Club on Winter Street in Sanford in between Aug. 27 and Sept. 2 (break out opened 9/5/2020). Wolves Club on High Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present. Springvale Social Club on Bridge Street in Springvale from Sept. 1 to present. Sanford Elks Lodge on Elm Street in Sanford from Sept. 3 to present. Amvets Sanford Post 3 on School Street in Sanford from Aug. 26 to present (break out opened 9/9/2020). These outbreaks have not been linked to ongoing break out investigations at other sites in York County, but epidemiological investigation continues, according to the Maine CDC.