Possible COVID-19 exposure at Alpena restaurant

ALPENA — A new possible exposure to COVID-19 at a restaurant in Alpena was announced Wednesday by District Health Department No. 4.

Public Health Officials encourage those who visited Mangos in Alpena from 1-2 p.m. on July 19 to monitor for symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, for 14 days.

Those who develop symptoms within the 14-day monitoring period should contact their doctor and consider getting tested. Those who do not develop symptoms within 14-days do not need to take further action.

Questions can be directed to the health department by calling 989-356-3529. The latest information about COVID-19 can be found on the Health Department’s website dhd4.org/covid19.

Seven more Alcona County residents were reported to have recovered from coronavirus today. Out of the 22 Alcona County residents who were confirmed infected with the virus, 17 of them have recovered so far.

Other than the seven new recoveries in Alcona County, no new cases, deaths or recoveries were reported for Northeast Michigan. A total of 153 residents have been infected with the disease so far, including 111 Alpena County residents, 13 Presque Isle County residents, seven Montmorency County residents, and 22 Alcona County residents.

A total of 125 of those infected with the virus have recovered, including 91 Alpena County residents, 12 Presque Isle County residents, five Montmorency residents, and 17 Alcona County residents.


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