Health officials are warning patrons of a Vancouver nightclub that they may have been exposed to COVID-19.
Vancouver Coastal Health has issued a public exposure notice for Cabana Lounge, located at 1163 Granville St.
The health authority says possible exposures to the coronavirus occurred at the venue during operating hours from July 1 to 4, and it’s asking anyone who was there to self-monitor for symptoms, seeking testing and self-isolating if any develop.
Health authorities in B.C. only issue public exposure notices when there is a risk of COVID-19 transmission and officials are unable to contact everyone who may have been exposed.
The Cabana exposure alert is the first one Vancouver Coastal Health has issued in months. Exposure notifications and workplace closures had essentially ceased in recent weeks as rising vaccination rates continued to drive down transmission of the coronavirus across B.C.
As a result of the improving numbers, nightclubs and casinos were allowed to reopen when B.C. entered Step 3 of its restart plan on July 1.
Ahead of the reopening, Cabana owner Dave Kershaw told CTV News Vancouver the club’s patrons were “dying to get back at it,” but stressed that the venue would be strictly enforcing provincial rules, including a ban on dancing.
Posts on Cabana’s Facebook page indicate that the club was “completely sold out” during the Canada Day long weekend.
The facility’s COVID-19 safety plan indicates that it has a capacity of 152, reduced from its normal capacity of 250 due to the pandemic.
Armored Core VI Announced, Which Isn’t A Souls Game
ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON – Reveal Trailer
I have not played an Armored Core game in a very long time, and even then I was never the biggest fan. But this looks cool as hell. It’s coming in 2023 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC.
Here’s some official words:
ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON will offer a game experience based on the mech game know-how FromSoftware cultivated over 25 years of developing games in the series, but now introducing groundbreaking gameplay found in the developer’s recent action games. The new ARMORED CORE title will combine these elements into thrilling action that only mechas can provide. The game promises to be a unique entry in the mech action game genre.
In ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON, players will be able to freely move through massive three-dimensional environments with rapid maneuverability while experiencing visceral vehicular combat. Signature to FromSoftware’s carefully crafted game design, the game will feature challenging and memorable battles along with a fulfilling progression system and deep gameplay, all of it now powered by assembling mechs and going into combat with massive bosses. Players will recognize the sense of satisfaction and achievement when they overcome a difficult situation and relish momentary victory, and perhaps a boost to their standing, before encountering the next challenge.
After Heated Battle, Genshin Impact Wins Player’s Voice at The 2022 Game Awards
Unlike other awards bestowed at The Game Awards, which are primarily determined by members of the press and other influential individuals in the industry, the Player’s Voice category is 100% fan-voted. Earlier this week, ahead o the show, the results projected that Genshin Impact would edge out both Sonic Frontiers and Elden Ring. Other nominees for the Player’s Voice category include God of War: Ragnarok and Stray.
Although Elden Ring, in particular, did not get selected, FromSoftware’s latest project did go home with a few awards, including Best Art Direction and Best Game Direction. For more on the winners from this year’s Game Awards, check out our roundup that features the nominees and winners of each category.
Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.
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