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16 Friends Test Positive After Bar Visit

16 Friends Test Positive After Bar Visit

A gathering of 16 individuals tried positive for the coronavirus after they visited a revived bar in Jacksonville, FL, as per CNN. Three of the companions addressed CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday and said they needed to remind individuals that “the pandemic isn’t finished.” “We need to bring issues to light and advance beyond it,”

A gathering of 16 individuals tried positive for the coronavirus after they visited a revived bar in Jacksonville, FL, as per CNN.

Three of the companions addressed CNN’s Chris Cuomo on Tuesday and said they needed to remind individuals that “the pandemic isn’t finished.”
“We need to bring issues to light and advance beyond it,” Kat Layton said. “We need to tell individuals it’s truly not prepared for what we thought it was prepared for. It’s too early.”

The gathering assembled for a companion’s birthday on June 6 at Lynch’s Irish Pub at Jacksonville Beach. The bar was packed, and nobody wore covers. No one in the gathering knew any individual who had gotten the coronavirus, and they believed that reviving the state and city signified “everything was fine.””I feel absurd,” Erika Crisp said. “It’s too early.” Inside a couple of days of the birthday celebration at the bar, they began becoming ill. Each individual in the gathering tried positive. Some had manifestations, yet none had genuine ailment. “Getting instant messages that my companions were simply blast, positive, blast, positive, blast, positive, consecutive,” Dara Sweat said. “It was overpowering.”
From that point forward, they’ve gotten messages from outsiders who became ill in the wake of visiting a similar bar simultaneously.
The bar tried each of the 49 workers, and seven were sure, as indicated by First Coast News, an ABC offshoot in Jacksonville. The seven representatives chipped away at June 6. The bar likewise shut for profound cleaning and disinfection. The bar has now revived.

Florida keeps on reviving organizations despite the fact that the Florida Department of Health revealed a record-high of 2,800 new coronavirus cases on Monday. That denotes the biggest single-day increment for Florida since the start of the pandemic.

“We’re not closing down, you know, we will go ahead,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis told columnists on Tuesday, as per CNN. “We’re going to keep on securing the most defenseless. You know, we’re going to encourage, keep on prompting, especially our old populace, to keep up social separating, stay away from swarms.”

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