People who attended two house parties in Lethbridge last month are being urged by Alberta Health Services to book a COVID-19 test.
AHS officials took their plea to Twitter late Friday afternoon.
Alberta Health Services is asking individuals who attended a house party in south Lethbridge on either March 13 and/or March 20 to book a COVID-19 test as a precautionary measure due to exposure to a positive individual in attendance.
— AHS South Zone (@AHS_SouthZone) April 1, 2021
“Alberta Health Services is asking individuals who attended a house party in south Lethbridge on either March 13 and/or March 20 to book a COVID-19 test as a precautionary measure due to exposure to a positive individual in attendance,” the tweet said.
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AHS South zone communications director Gwen Wirth confirmed Friday that each gathering occurred at the same home.
People who attended either gathering are being asked to book a testing appointment, whether symptomatic or not, and alert health officials that they were a close contact of a confirmed case.
You can book a testing appointment online or by calling Health Link at 811.
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