If you were in attendance at any of these locations during these times, public health recommends you self-monitor for symptoms of COVID-19.
Common symptoms of COVID-19 may include fever, chills, cough or worsening of chronic cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose, loss of sense of smell or taste, headache, fatigue, diarrhea, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting and/or muscle aches.
If you have had contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19 and you have any one of the symptoms related to COVID-19, however mild, call 8-1-1, book an appointment for COVID-19 testing and then self-isolate. Please wear a mask when you go for your test.
COVID-19 is spread by respiratory droplets when a person who is sick coughs or sneezes. It can also be spread when a healthy person touches an object or surface (e.g. a doorknob or a table) with the virus on it, and then touches their mouth, nose or eyes before washing their hands.
Most people who get COVID-19 have only mild disease, but a few people can get very sick and may need to go to hospital.
Current public exposure notifications
Fraser Health updates this list with the locations and times of known possible exposures to COVID-19 to the public in our region when we have been unable to reach or identify all individuals potentially exposed via contact tracing.
If you have been in one of these locations at the times of possible exposure, it does not mean you will develop COVID-19. The possible exposures listed on this site are believed to be low risk but, out of an abundance of caution, Public Health asks anyone who may have visited any of the locations listed on the specified dates and times to monitor themselves for symptoms.
There is no known risk to anyone who attended any listed locations outside of the specified dates and times. If people remain healthy and do not develop symptoms, there is no need to self-isolate and people can continue with their usual daily activities.
If you have been identified as a COVID-19 case or close contact, be assured that Fraser Health’s public health team will contact you directly and provide further instruction.
If you have visited a business that you have learned has had exposures, and it is not listed here, it is because Public Health believes they have contacted everyone who was potentially exposed during the dates and times of exposure.
Current public exposures
Date and time
For notifications of public exposures related to flights, work sites, cruises, long-distance bus and train travel, and public events, please visit the B.C. Centre for Disease Control public exposures page.
For public exposures in the Lower Mainland/Vancouver area, visit Vancouver Coastal Health.