ALBANY — The county Health Department is looking to talk to anyone who was at the Burger King at 633 Loudon Road on the dates and times listed below.
Anyone there during the dates and times could have been exposed to COVID-19 and is asked to be under precautionary quarantine. It also includes anyone who used the drive through.
A precautionary quarantine is a stay-at-home order for 14 days and the individual must remain separate from family and any shared bathrooms must be cleaned after each use.
If symptoms of COVID-19 — fever, cough or shortness of breath — develop, the individual should call their doctor and notify the Health Department at 518-447-4580. The Health Department is checking on individuals under precautionary quarantine to make sure they are abiding by the stipulations.
The dates of concern and the period of precautionary quarantine are:
At Burger King from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Precautionary Quarantine Until:
Thursday, March 26 April 9
Monday, March 30 April 13
Tuesday, March 31 April 14
Wednesday, April 1 April 15
Thursday April 2 April 16
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