Anyone who was at the Factoria event space on Saturday, February 15 may have been exposed. In an abundance of caution, because Fin & Brew shares an ice machine with the event space, patrons who ate at the restaurant on Sunday February 16 or Wednesday, February 19 also could have been exposed. Those who dined on Feb. 15 must receive preventative treatment by Feb. 29. Those who dined on Feb. 16 must receive treatment by March 1 and those who dined on Feb. 19 must receive treatment by March 4. The Health Dept. is offering free preventive treatment starting Tuesday, Feb. 25. Advance registration is highly recommended but walk-ins are welcome.
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