Anyone who visited Prince Albert restaurant over 5-day stretch advised to immediately self-isolate
In this illustration provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in January 2020 shows the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV). THE CANADIAN PRESS/CDC via AP, File
SASKATOON -- Anyone who visited a Prince Albert restaurant over a span of five days is being advised to self-isolate immediately due to potential COVID-19 exposure.
Individuals who were at Original Joe's, located at 801 15th Street East, between November 12 and 16 should self-isolate and seek testing, the SHA said on its website.
The SHA said it issues advisories when health officials determine there is an increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 and such alerts are not a commentary on a business and its practices.
Those affected by the advisory can arrange testing by calling HealthLine 811, their physician or nurse practitioner.
Monday afternoon, it was learned Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe was one of those affected by the self-isolation advisory. He had lunch with family members at the restaurant following a death in the family, according to a news release.