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Coronavirus outbreak at MI college bar infects at least 85 people

Coronavirus outbreak at MI college bar infects at least 85 people”

Coronavirus continues to spread throughout MI as Michigan health officials report 252 new cases of coronavirus and 4 deaths linked to the virus.

On June 24, the Ingham County Health Department announced that 34 people who had recently visited Harper's Restaurant & Brew Pub in East Lansing were positive for Covid-19.

A majority of them have indicated mild symptoms and have not been hospitalized yet.

More than 85 people have tested positive for the coronavirus in MI after an outbreak at a college bar.

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On June 9, a reporter for Michigan State University's student-run The State News shared a video of the line outside Harper's, which shows the patrons were lining up down the street in hopes of getting in.

The business closed again June 22, shortly after two people tested positive for the coronavirus, the station reported.

According to the newspaper, a person who went to Harper & # 39; s and became infected came into contact with a friend who had a big party at home in Grosse Pointe Woods, where dozens of friends partied without masks and social distancing. Until that point, the largest number of COVID-19 reports was seen on April 3 with 1,879 new cases. Alternatively, doctors may also decide to use COVID-19 tests to determine recovery, in which case a patient whose fever and breathing issues have subsided would need to also have 2 consecutive negative virus tests to be considered recovered. All who tested positive were said to be between the ages of 18 and 23.

Health department officials identified anyone at LeRoy's who may have been exposed to the virus and would need to be quarantined, Vail said.

"I am very sad".



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