A notice on the club's website indicates that it is closed to address "concerns" from VCH.
But if the performance is viewed as an event, the club can only have 50 patrons. But the business is concerned that Vancouver Coastal Health will start limiting the of patrons to 50 people at a time — the amount currently allowed for a performance, not a bar.
WorkSafeBC said it was checking with its prevention team about whether it had been notified about the incident. Vancouver Coastal Health says there was no risk to anyone attending Brandi's outside of the dates and times specified, and there is no ongoing risk to the community.
This story will be updated if and when a response is received. VCH was unable to immediately say whether the club had a safety braandis in place or what measures it had taken to prevent transmission. Those establishments must maintain two metres between parties, retain a name and telephone from patrons, and stay below a maximum capacity listed in their safety plan — among other precautions.
VCH says there is no risk to anyone who attended the club outside those dates. Symptoms of COVID may include loss of smell, fatigue, loss of appetite, fever, cough, malaise, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, the health authority said.
VCH did not say whether the people who tested positive are believed to have contracted the virus at the strip club. A spokesperson for the No.
Vancouver Coastal Health is warning anyone who visited Brandi's Exotic Show Lounge on Hornby Street in downtown Vancouver on the evenings of June 21, 22, 23 and 24 that they may have been exposed to the coronavirus. Everyone who attended the club between 9 p.
People who attended the facility during the specified hours do not need to self-isolate or alter their daily routines, as long as they remain healthy and do not develop symptoms, Vancouver Coastal Health said in a news release. Lap dances bradis also on hold for now, and customers have to throw their tips bills only over the top of the Plexiglass barrier.
All businesses are required to develop a COVID safety plan as part of the province's reopening strategy, the spokesperson said. Strip clubs are not addressed by any specific guidelines under B.
Anyone who develops any of the symptoms of COVID should immediately self-isolate and seek testing. The spokesperson said customers have appreciated being able to come back to the club, and No.