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Officials warn of possible COVID-19 exposure at Eastern Kentucky restaurants

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Published: Oct. 13, 2020 at 1:54 PM EDT
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Update 10/14:

WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - Wednesday the Whitley County Health Department reported an additional restaurant that individuals may have been exposed to COVID-19 from.

Officials said if you picked-up or had a delivery from the Domino’s at 937 N Hwy 25W in Williamsburg, Kentucky that you should self-quarantine and stay home.

They asked that if you begin to feel ill that you contact your healthcare provider.

Original Story 10/13:

The Whitley County Health Department is warning people who visited one of two Whitley County restaurants recently that they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.

In Facebook posts, officials said the restaurants of concern are Wendy’s #305 at 461 W KY 92 in Williamsburg and the Depot on Main at 101 N Main St. in Corbin.

Officials say that if you dined-in or went through the drive at the Williamsburg Wendy’s on Monday, October 5, or Tuesday, October 6, you may have been exposed and should self-quarantine and stay home.

They said if you dined-in at the Corbin Depot between October 1-3 and October 7-9, you may have been exposed and should self-quarantine and stay home, as well.

You can see the original posts here.

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