Porcupine Health Unit warns of low-risk exposure to COVID-19 on recent Ontario Northland buses
The Porcupine Health Unit is warning the public of a low-risk exposure to COVID-19 on three Ontario Northland bus routes July 6.
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The public may have been exposed to the virus on these bus routes, all on July 6:
▪ Ontario Northland bus, scheduled departure time 8:30 a.m., from Toronto Yorkdale Bus Terminal to Sudbury.
▪ Ontario Northland bus, scheduled departure time 5:30 p.m., from Sudbury to Timmins.
▪ Ontario Northland bus, scheduled departure time 10:30 p.m., from Timmins to Hearst.
"The exposure to the public is considered low risk," the health unit said in a news release. "However, as a precaution, the PHU is asking these travellers to self-monitor for 14 days, which ends on Tuesday, July 20."
Anyone experiencing symptoms should self-isolate at home and call the health unit's COVID-19 Information Line at 1-705-360-4819 or 1-800-461-1818.
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