- Fifty-one people have tested positive for COVID-19 after their visit to a bar in Michigan, United States
- Health officials, however, say two of the 51 cases are secondary, which means they did not visit the bar but came in contact with an infected person who was at the venue
- Everyone who visited the bar between June 12 to 20 has been urged by health officials to get tested and to self-quarantine for 14 days since their visit
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Fifty-one people have tested positive for coronavirus after going to a bar in Michigan, United States.
Harper's Restaurant and Brewpub reopened at 50% capacity two weeks ago and the people that contracted COVID-19 from there are between the ages of 19 and 23, Daily Mail reports.
Legit.ng gathers that health officials said none of the cases has been hospitalised while four of them are asymptomatic.
However, two of the 51 cases are secondary, which means they did not visit the bar but came in contact with an infected person who was at the venue.
People who visited the bar between June 12 to 20 have been urged by health officials to get tested and to self-quarantine for 14 days since their visit.
In other news, Nigerian universities’ scientists under the aegis of COVID-19 Research Group say they have discovered COVID-19 vaccine.
The scientists made the disclosure on Friday, June 19, saying the vaccine was being developed locally in Africa for Africans but would also work for other continents when unveiled.
Legit.ng gathers that the leader of the team, Dr Oladipo Kolawole, said it would take a minimum of 18 months for the vaccine to be unveiled to the public.
He said this is because a lot of analysis and studies, as well as approvals by medical authorities, were still required.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the widower of a Ghanaian nurse who died of coronavirus, Kwame Boateng, had reacted to her death.
Kwame Boateng's wife, Mary Ageiwaa Agyapong, died of coronavirus in the United Kingdom.
Mary Agyapong, 28, was heavily pregnant with their second child when she was diagnosed with coronavirus and died weeks later.
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