Public Health – Investigating an outbreak of COVID-19 cases involving Sailish Lodge & Spa in Snoquelmie, Seattle and King County. The outbreak has involved at least 25 cases involving 23 employees and two guests.
Whoever visits Salish Lodge & Spa as an overnight guest or who visits the lodge, restaurant, spa or as a day visitor as a gift:
- Should be tested for COVID-19 from September 16, 2020 to September 30, 2020, monitor symptoms of COVID-19 and avoid close contact with others. Public health advice is that anyone who visits the lodge at this time should quarantine and stay away from others for 14 days.
- From September 5, 2020 to September 15, 2020, and you have not developed symptoms of COVID-19, you do not need to be tested for 14 days for COVID-19 or quarantine unless your healthcare provider or public Not recommended or required by health.
For those wanting to test and currently without symptoms, the ideal test window is at least five to seven days after visiting Lodge & Spa. If you develop symptoms like COVID-19, test immediately. More information about the test, including a list of free trial sites, is available on King County’s COVID-19 trial webpage.
Salish Lodge & Spa is fully cooperating with public health to implement the recommendations and facilitate testing for staff to reduce the risk of further transmission. Out of abundance, Salish Lodge & Spa is also temporarily suspending operations and will work with Public Health – Seattle and King County to determine when it is safe to begin operations.
Public health is asking the media and the community to share this information to help alert guests about the potential risk of COVID-19, especially guests visiting the Salish Lodge & Spa for short or day trips Can. Lodge & Spa does not maintain contact information for visitors unless they stay overnight at Lodge & Spa.
At Salish, it is our mission to take care of our team members and guests in every way. We have done everything possible to protect our guests and team members from the onset of the epidemic, including uplifting our health, hygiene, safety and hygiene protocols and following the guidance of the Health Agency. We have further intensified these efforts by continually partnering with Public Health – Seattle and King County to provide comprehensive and expeditious testing for our team members, as well as full- on top of our already advanced standards. To entangle a third party for property hygiene, ”said Alan Stephens, general manager of Salish Lodge & Spa.
COVID-19 symptoms may appear 2–14 days after exposure to the virus. COVID-19 is primarily believed to spread through close contact (within about 6 feet) from person to person. Some people without symptoms may be able to spread the virus. COVID-19 can spread by a person touching a surface or object that has a virus, then touching their mouth, nose, or eyes.