In a June 19 advisory, the Juneau County Health Department said patrons who visited Cruisin' Chubbys Gentlemen's Club between June 10 and June 14 may have been exposed to the virus and should monitor themselves for symptoms. The club had announced its reopening on Facebook two weeks prior to the exposure period, writing that it was "open and back in action. Juneau County health officer Amanda Dederich declined to provide the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel with a number of cases tied to the club, citing an ongoing investigation. An outbreak is defined by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services as two or more laboratory-confirmed cases of the illness within the same facility, or tied to the same event, within 28 days of each other. General Manager Lantz Roberts said that Cruisin' Chubbys knew of only four positive tests among its staff.
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Health officials have reported a coronavirus outbreak in a Wisconsin strip club, according to a news release. An outbreak can be declared if two or more people test positive for Covid after attending the same establishment or singular event, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Crusin Chubbys was required to shut down in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic, as it was deemed a nonessential business. Two weeks later health officials would declare an outbreak at the establishment. The news release warned anyone who visited the strip club between 10 June to 14 June may have been exposed to the novel virus and were asked to monitor their symptoms.
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If you are experiencing symptoms, the department asks you contact your health provider. The department did not release details on how the virus might have spread in the club. An outbreak is defined by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services as two or more laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID in the same facility or associated with a single event, with onset within two maximum COVID incubation periods of each other 28 days.