British Columbia

Health officials expand COVID-19 exposure notice at downtown Vancouver lounge in Trump hotel

Vancouver Coastal Health has expanded its warning about a possible coronavirus exposure at the IVY Lounge in the Trump International Hotel and Tower. 

Anyone who attended IVY Lounge between Aug. 7 and 9 should monitor for symptoms

Front desk staff at the Trump International Hotel in downtown Vancouver say the hotel is permanently closed. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

Vancouver Coastal Health has expanded its warning about a possible coronavirus exposure at a lounge in the Trump International Hotel and Tower. 

The health authority says anyone who attended the IVY Lounge between Aug. 7 and 9 should monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. 

The health authority says the possible exposures are believed to be low-risk.

The lounge is located on the building's third floor at 1161 West Georgia Street.

All of the health authority's exposure notices are listed online

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