Toronto Public Health (TPH) is warning of a potential COVID-19 exposure for patrons and staff who visited a popular nightclub venue in the city.
Four patrons who were at NOIR inside REBEL Entertainment Complex on Sept. 11, between 10:30 p.m. and 2 a.m., have tested positive. Anyone who was at the venue at the same time may have been exposed to the virus.
Based on the information provided in the venue’s contact tracing logs for staff and patrons, TPH is following up with all known close contacts, who will be instructed to self-isolate for 14 days and to go for testing. Everyone who was at the venue during Sept. 11 between 10:30 p.m. and 2 a.m. is being asked to monitor themselves for symptoms until Sept. 25.
“These individuals should make a particular effort to keep a six-foot distance from other people, wear a mask in public spaces, and wash their hands frequently,” said a press release by TPH. “They should also limit contact with others, especially those in health care settings, seniors, and/or other vulnerable populations.”
Upon inspection on Sept. 18, TPH found REBEL Entertainment Complex to be in compliance with all reopening protocols for nightclubs.