COVID-19 outbreak reported at Sundance Chevrolet in Grand Ledge – Lansing State Journal

LANSING — Local health officials validated 13 COVID-19 cases involving staff members at Sundance Chevrolet in Grand Ledge.
The Barry-Eaton District Health Department reported the outbreak in a news release Saturday. Officials motivated anybody who was at the cars and truck dealer in between Oct. 29 and Nov. 6 to begin self-isolating, monitor themselves for COVID-19 symptoms, limit contact with others as much as possible and seek a COVID-19 test as soon as possible if they begin experiencing signs.
COVID-19 infection rates in Eaton County have risen greatly in recent weeks, according to journalism release, with an average of 30 brand-new cases per day, compared to 3 cases per day in July..
” Given this level of spread, the chances of connecting with someone who has COVID-19 are greatly increased,” according to journalism release.
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Authorities alert that the dispersing illness can be even fatal and major. COVID-19 signs can include cough, fever, loss of odor or fatigue, taste and difficulty breathing..
Health department authorities encouraged locals to take preventative measures, like frequent hand washing, practicing social distancing, remaining at house when sick or quarantined and using a mask.
” All of these are clinically revealed to reduce the spread of illness and conserve lives.”.
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