The Monroe County Department of Public Health is urging young people who attended one of the following Halloween parties on Friday evening, Oct. 30, to contact MCDPH by emailing COVID19@monroecounty.gov. These individuals should also self-quarantine immediately through Friday, Nov. 13 and be tested for COVID-19.
- SPENCERPORT: Spencerport Rd. near Manitou Rd.
- WEBSTER: La Baron Circle, near the intersection of Imperial Dr. and Webster Rd.
Several individuals who were at these gatherings have tested positive for the virus. Based on information available to MCDPH at this time, the individuals exposed an unknown number of others, most of whom are high school students.
Anyone who was at one of these parties should be alert for symptoms of COVID-19, including fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea. These symptoms may occur 2-14 days after contact with the infected individual. If any of these symptoms appear, individuals should consult with their primary care provider.
For more information on how to quarantine or test for COVID-19, please contact the Monroe County Department of Public Health at COVID19@monroecounty.gov.