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Manitoba health officials are warning Manitobans of a potential COVID-19 exposure at a taxi and limousine service in Brandon.

On Wednesday, Public Health said the potential COVID-19 exposure may have occurred on Aug. 19 to 21 at the ABC Taxi Cabs and Limousine Service, located at 144 12th Street in Brandon.

No specific times of the potential exposure have been provided by the province.

Dagnew Shumye, the president of the ABC Taxi Cabs and Limousine Service in Brandon, told CTV News that a dispatcher had tested positive for COVID-19, and is now in self-isolation. He said the employee does not drive the taxis or limousines.

Shumye said all dispatchers who worked with the employee were sent home to self-isolate for 14 days. He said it does not appear the employee contracted COVID-19 on the job.