By Joshua Rhett Miller. July 7, pm Updated July 8, am.
The Wayne County Public Health Division on Sunday also encouraged anyone who had been at the Playhouse Club in Romulus recently to contact them whether or not they are feeling ill. The state on Sunday reported new coronavirus cases, bringing the total of confirmed cases to 65, since the outbreak. But it reported no new deaths from the virus. First Alert Weather Links.
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Dozen covid cases linked to romulus strip club
Twelve of the cases linked to the strip club were either patrons or employees of the Playhouse Club in Romulus, according to a news release from the Wayne County Public Health Division. Studio Abood Law Firm. Published: Jul. Share on Facebook. Share on Pinterest. Interactive Radar. Latest Newscasts.
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Share on Twitter. Those who visited or worked at the Playhouse Club between June 17 and July 1 were asked to call the health division whether they are feeling ill or not.
The announcement came as state public health officials reported no new deaths from the virus for the first time since the pandemic began, the Detroit Free Press reported. AP - At least a dozen COVID cases have been tied to a strip club near the Detroit airport, public health officials said Sunday as they encouraged anyone recently at the venue to contact them.
Michigan strip club linked to 12 new coronavirus cases
Vail said anyone who entered the facility from June 23 to July 2 should monitor themselves daily for possible symptoms. Latest News.
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Whitmer introduces MI Vacc to Normal challenge. One case involved a worker at a nearby restaurant, called Checkers, the county office said.