South, Michigan. – A popular downriver banquet hall is a latest trade that has been chosen as the COVID-19 Hot Spot.
The Wayne County Public Health Division announced Wednesday that it has confirmed a total of five cases involving a wedding reception held on Saturday, July 18, at Crystal Garden Banquet Hall in Southgate.
Read: Health Officer: 5 COVID-19 cases related to indoor wedding reception in Southgate
As of Wednesday, there are five women – who joined the wedding on July 18, aged 22 to 55 years. One had to be hospitalized.
The Wayne County Public Health Division claims more than 100 people attended the wedding illegally and improperly.
On 1 June, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer outlined the Executive Order 2020–110 at gatherings, demonstrations and events. The order limits the presence of more than 10 people in this area of the state and 100 outside the home.
Local 4 received a call from a spokesperson on Wednesday afternoon, stating that the wedding lasted only three hours. There was no partying or dancing and social distinctions were enforced.
Ownership said it sees no difference between what’s happening in restaurants across Michigan on Saturday compared to what’s happening there.
Attendees at the reception at Crystal Gardens are encouraged to call Wayne County Health Division To report your contacts to 734-727-7078, be tested by a healthcare provider as soon as possible, and directed to self-quarantine at home.
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