As La Crosse County hits 145 active COVID-19 cases, health department updates high-risk locations


As La Crosse County hits 145 active COVID-19 cases, health department updates high-risk locations

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT)– There’s a new warning about high-risk locations for potential COVID-19 exposures in our area. A public notification list from the La Crosse County Health Department now has additional dates to inform the public where exposure risks have occurred.

The updated list comes as La Crosse County continues to see a surge in cases. There were 24 new lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county Saturday, for a total of 145 active cases.

There are 12 locations that pose a significant risk of contracting COVID-19 for the public. Anyone who has been at these locations on these dates should complete a Risk Screening and Referral form through the health department.

f you were present during a high-risk time period, complete the Risk Screening and Referral Form

Establishment Name Location Dates of Known Positives
TJ Maxx Onalaska June 8-10
Planet Fitness Onalaska June 8 and 10 (after 5:30 pm)
Howie’s La Crosse June 8, 10, 12
Blue Moon* Onalaska June 5-7, 10, 13
La Crosse Queen* La Crosse June 9, 10
Pettibone Public Beach La Crosse June 5-7, 11-13
Legends and Twisted Moose* La Crosse June 5-7, 11 and 13
Brothers Bar* La Crosse June 5-7, 11 and 13
The Crow La Crosse June 5-7
Broncos* La Crosse June 5-7, 11 and 13
The Library Bar* La Crosse June 5-7, 11 and 13
Animal House La Crosse June 13, 14, 16

That will help them know if you should be referred for testing and quarantine at home.

There are also 20 locations for medium and low risk. Though anyone who visited any of the places at the dates listed do not have to fill out a referral form.

More on the list and the referral form can be found here.

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