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List of 'low-risk' covid locations published

Contact tracing shows places visited by positive case

The full list of 'low-risk' locations for Covid-19 has been published.

Director of Public Health Dr Henrietta Ewart, speaking at today's coronavirus media conference, said the places had been visited by somebody who has since tested positive for Covid-19.

See full list below:

Wednesday 30 December 2020

5:30 pm to 6:30 pm – Paparazzi, Loch Promenade, Douglas

7:00 pm to finish – Upstairs circle of the Gaiety Theatre, Harris Promenade, Douglas

 

Friday 1 January 2021

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm – Barbary Coast, North Quay, Douglas

 

Saturday 2 January 2021

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm – Bay Hotel, Shore Road, Port Erin

 

Sunday 3 January 2021

1:00 pm to 1:45 pm – Tesco, Lake Road, Douglas

 

Tuesday 5 January 2021

12 noon to 12:30 pm – Marks and Spencer, Drumgold Street, Douglas

 

Wednesday 6 January 2020

12:30 pm to 12:50 pm – The Entertainer, Strand Shopping Centre, Douglas

1:00 pm to 1:15 pm – Boots, Strand Street, Douglas

 

If anyone who has visited or was working in any of the locations during the relevant time period goes on to develop symptoms of COVID-19, they are encouraged to self-isolate and contact the COVID-111 service immediately.

 

The service is open from 8am to 8pm each day.

 

Dr Ewart, said: 'With a number of busy venues identified, including the Gaiety Theatre, I appreciate there will be concern in the community.  The risk is low and it only applies to those who were at these locations at very specific times.  We release details of low risk venues – and the relevant dates and times – so that those who were present know to be extra vigilant and aware to keep a look out for any COVID signs and symptoms they may develop.'
 
Symptoms of COVID-19 include:
•    a temperature of more than 37.8C (100F)
•    OR, a new and persistent cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (for people who usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
•    OR, anosmia – this is the loss of or a change in someone’s normal sense of smell, which can also affect sense of taste as the two are closely linked.