Six employees and one patron of Club Paradise, on Bloor St. As a result, the management of Club Paradise announced on social media Saturday that the bar will shut down until Sept. Public Health are also asking anyone who visited the strip club during that time period to monitor themselves for symptoms of COVID for two weeks from the date of their visit, to physically distance from others, wear a mask in public spaces and to wash their hands. Last month, an employee of the Brass Rail tested positive for COVID, leading officials to try to notify about people who attended the club between Aug.
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COVID outbreak at Toronto's Club Paradise strip club | Toronto Sun
Club Paradise wants only one thing—to make your life easier when you are planning a sexy night out on the town. There are so many factors involved in planning a night out: getting to your destination and back, dealing with the long lines of Vegas, and then figuring out where to sit once you get to your location. All of those concerns are in the past. No matter what size your outing or who comprises it, Club Paradise is a fantastic location for your guys night out. Club Paradise VIP services are, in a word, luxurious. Of course, that's to be expected from an adult club that has been hailed for twenty years as one of Las Vegas' most upscale adult clubs.
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They say the fact that all but one of the cases were in employees means the "risk to patrons is low. Vinita Dubey says there approximately people who attended the strip club during the affected period who they have not been able to reach through contact tracing efforts. Unlike the Brass Rail, Toronto Public Health says two recent inspections of Club Paradise found it to be following physical distancing guidelines.
All tested positive since September 4 and attended the strip club, which is located at Bloor West near Lansdowne, between August 29 and September Officials said risk to patrons is considered low because most of the people infected with the virus are employees. In mid-August, city officials warned that up to people could have been exposed to the virus at the Brass Rail on Yonge. On Sunday, TPH urged members of the public to provide accurate information in contact-tracing logs. By NOW Staff.