Nearly 300 clients who visisted a Salmon Creek chiropractic workplace last week might have been exposed to COVID-19, according to Clark County Public Health.
An employee at Chiro One Wellness Center Salmon Creek, 13800 NE 20th Ave., checked favorable for COVID-19 this week. The worker worked while potentially infectious and may have exposed people at the workplace over four days last week
The worker also exposed the 14 other workers at the wellness center, according to health authorities.
All clients who visited the workplace Sept. 8, Sept. 9, Sept. 10 and Sept. 11 are thought about close contacts who are at threat of contracting COVID-19 and ought to quarantine right away, according
to Clark County Public Health. Clients who went to the Salmon Creek workplace on other days, or checked out other Chiro One locations, were not exposed and do not need to quarantine.
Chiro One Wellness Center provided Public Health with the names and contact details for all affected clients. Public Health will call each client to inform them of their exposure and provide extra info about quarantine. Notifying almost 300 individuals may take a number of days, according to health officials.
People possibly exposed need to quarantine immediately and not wait for a call from Public Health.
Anyone who has questions prior to being contacted by Public Health can call 360-386-2140.
COVID-19 symptoms can develop two to 14 days after exposure and may consist of cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills or duplicated shaking with chills, muscle discomfort, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or odor.
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