Possible coronavirus exposure at three Lewis County businesses

LOWVILLE, NY — With each confirmed case of COVID-19, Public Health staff investigate and identify close contacts and exposure risk.

Per New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, those persons who have been in contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19 will be placed in quarantine and monitored for symptoms.

While investigating the latest case, Public Health identified establishments where individuals may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus:

• Hook and Ladder, 6253 Salmon River Rd, Lowville on Sunday October 18,, 2020 between 2-4 pm

• Pioneer Cafe, Route 12, Glenfield on Tuesday October 13, 2020 between 1:30-2:15 pm

• Steak and Brew, 4497 State Route 26, Turin on Saturday October 17th between 5:30 – 8:30 pm in the smaller of the two dining rooms which is off to the right when you enter the restaurant.

If you attended the above event on the date listed, you should call (315) 376-5108.

Due to the anticipated volume of calls, an auto recording will direct you to leave a voicemail with your name and phone number. Public Health will then follow-up with you as soon as possible. Please be patient and remain calm. When preventative measures are being followed (wearing face coverings, washing hands, social distancing, etc.), the risk of exposure in a shared public space is minimal, but precautions should still be taken.

For additional information on COVID-19, visit lewiscountypublichealth.com or call (315) 376-5453. If you have COVID-19 related questions or are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please call the Lewis County Health System COVID-19 Resource Line at (315) 376-9678.