Warning issued after group that visited bar tested positive for Covid

Half a dozen people who visited a bar in Neath subsequently tested positive for Covid and not all were found, the council said.

Six people tested positive after spending part of their evening at Ten 21 Bar & Café on New Street in Neath on June 26.

Neath Port Talbot’s council were unable to contact everyone who attended the same venue on the date and are warning people who may have been in the bar to get tested.

The council’s test, trace, protect service said it was “unable to successfully locate everyone present that evening.” He added: “We remind everyone who attended Ten 21 Bar & Café on the evening of Saturday June 26 that it is not too late to get tested and must do so right away. (even if you have no symptoms).

“Covid has an incubation period of between two and 14 days and therefore those who were at the bar may be infected but may not be aware or may not have symptoms. We urge you to get tested as soon as possible. “

The council plans to spend £ 370,000 on a team of 11 workers tasked with ensuring people comply with coronavirus regulations after 13 local businesses received improvement notices. Read more here.

Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus, even mild ones, should stay home before and after a test until they have received a negative test result. Members of their household should also stay home and self-isolate until the outcome is received.

More advice on is available here or by calling 01639 862757.

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