With 85 confirmed cases of COVID-19 all coming from Harper's a popular bar in Downtown East Lansing some of those cases made its way out to other cities in MI one MSU student says. The bar and restaurant made national news last week when health officials asked patrons to self quarantine after there have been more than 80 positive cases of COVID-19 linked to the establishment.
The individual who was at Harper's between the time of the outbreak wishes to remain anonymous says - people from the Grosse Pointe area tested positive with no symptoms.
The bar tried to tell customers waiting in line "to cover your faces and practice social distancing" by placing signs on the sidewalk, "according to the publication". The majority of those who tested positive actually went to the bar while five were merely exposed to people who went.
"Our oversight of the line on our stairs has been successful, but trying to get customers to follow our recommendations on the public sidewalk has been challenging", the statement continued.
The bar opted to close down temporarily to install air purifiers and to eliminate lines, according to the statement. And perhaps she shouldn't have gone to a bonfire, ' the mother said. "When we have finished implementing these two strategies, we will have the most state-of-the-art neighborhood venue for you to visit safely".
MI health officials said to prevent the spread of the CCP virus, "people should maintain a distance of 6 feet away from others, wear a mask or face covering, wash their hands, and stay home if ill". The group of at least 500 people was heading toward Mayor Lyda Krewson's home, chanting, "Resign Lyda, take the cops with you", news outlets reported.
Until that point, the largest number of COVID-19 reports was seen on April 3 with 1,879 new cases. In total, 300 cases come out of East Lansing.
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