Latham Burger King patrons may have been exposed to coronavirus

WNYT Staff
Updated: April 08, 2020 04:50 PM
Created: April 08, 2020 12:44 PM

LATHAM - If you recently ate at the Burger King at 663 Loudon Road in Latham, you may have been exposed to coronavirus.

This affects people who ate at the restaurant on March 26 and from March 30 through April 2 from 5 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Anyone there at those times is asked to quarantine for two weeks from the date they may have been exposed. This includes people who used the drive-thru.

Anyone with symptoms should contact their healthcare provider.

If you don't have symptoms, you don't have to be tested.

Here's what to do during precautionary quarantine, according to the Albany County Department of Health:

  • Individuals should remain separate from the family in their own bedroom with a bathroom to themselves. If sharing a bathroom, it must be cleaned after every use.
  • Individuals should not have face-to-face contact with family members close than six feet for 14 days.

Staff from the county health department  will be reaching out daily to check on the progress of individuals and to ensure they are abiding by the quarantine measures and have all necessary food and supplies. 

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