Lake Ozarks partial coronavirus test positive

During the Remembrance Day weekend, one of the entertainments at Ozarks Lake’s wild, video-caught pool parties tested positive for the coronavirus, announced on Friday.

The authorities were already sick when he joined the socially distant entertainment, officials said – and so they might have spread the virus to others who were there.

“The case came here on Saturday and developed disease on Sunday, so during the visit it was probably incubation disease and possibly contagious” Camden County Health Directorate in a press release.

Authorities also published a timeline of its activity to help track people who might have been in contact with the infected partner.

The unidentified person, a resident of the nearby Boone County, is responsible for the social withdrawal orders in the state, A bar called Backwater Jacks – They’re between 1 and 5. Saturday.

Partier then spent some time at the beach restaurant and live music venue Shaded Gators and Lazy Gators Pool Until 09:00

On Sunday, the carousel was having lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings before returning to Shady Gators – around 7pm.

Officials said Camden County has not reported a new case of COVID-19 this week.

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