Currently, only City employees are required to wear masks on the premises. They are not mandatory for the visiting public—though this may change in future so please keep checking back.
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In total, two Manluk Centre employees tested positive for COVID-19. All employees who were in close contact with the first staff member who tested positive for the virus—including the second staff member who tested positive—had been in isolation since August 21. Both affected staff members are now recovered.
We know these are worrisome times, and using a facility that had confirmed cases of COVID-19 would likely be stressful for many. We are comfortable re-opening the Manluk Centre to the public for the following reasons:
We are also counting on the visiting public to avoid using the facility if they are feeling unwell. If you are planning on visiting the Manluk Centre, please take your temperature before arriving to ensure you do not have a fever, and do not visit while you have any symptoms associated with COVID-19 (runny nose, fever, cough, sore throat, headache, etc.). You are also encouraged to take the province’s COVID-19 self-assessment to determine if you should be tested for the virus.