Cincinnati Health Department Says Those at 'Everything Pops at the Pop Up' in Bond Hill May Have Been Exposed to COVID

The health department is encouraging anyone who attended the Oct. 3 event to self-quarantine at home and monitor for possible COVID-19 symptoms through Oct. 17 due to possible exposure to the virus.

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A rendering of COVID-19

The Cincinnati Health Department says members of the public could have been exposed to COVID-19 during an event that happened earlier in October in Bond Hill. 

The health department is encouraging anyone who attended the Oct. 3 "Everything Pops at the Pop Up" event to self-quarantine at home and monitor for possible COVID-19 symptoms through Oct. 17 due to possible exposure to the virus.

The list of vendors who were at the event include Lick the Skillet, GS Treats and More, Schelle's Specialties, Kay Loves Lashes, Slay Dollz, Braggart Brand, Pretty Classy Boutique, Sew Boss, B's Blessed Babysitting, B-Trending Adult Drinks, Easy Deal Eric @ Jeff Wylar Honda in Florence, KY and Haute Wallflower.

The health department says to be on the lookout for symptoms, including fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle aches and a new loss of taste or smell. A full list of COVID symptoms can be found at cdc.gov.

The health department says to call the COVID hotline at 513-357-7462 with questions. Due to medical privacy, they will not be releasing details of the individual at the event.

Find a COVID-19 pop-up testing site at healthcollab.org/testandprotect.

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