Three Local Restaurants Pinpointed As Possible COVID-19 Exposure Points
The past two weeks have been busy for public health statements regarding possible exposure points for coronavirus. Add these new ones to the list.
According to press releases from Broome County government Thursday afternoon, people who have been to three restaurants recently, one in Binghamton and two in Vestal, have tested COVID-19-positive.
Pete's Legacy Diner
- County officials say a person who visited Pete's Legacy Diner on Old Vestal Road in Vestal was at the restaurant on July 10 between noon and 1 p.m.
- If you were at the diner during that time frame, you're asked to self-quarantine until July 24
- According to the county, someone who was at the Olive Garden location on the Vestal Parkway on July 13 and 14 has tested positive. Officials say the person was at the restaurant from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on July 13 and 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on July 14.
- Those who were at the restaurant on those days are asked to self-quarantine until July 27 or 28, depending on which day you were there.
Manni's Donuts and Diner
- Officials note a person who was at Manni's Donuts and Diner, at 1185 Vestal Avenue in Binghamton, has tested positive. The person, health officials say, was at the diner between 7:45 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. on July 14.
- If you were at the diner during that time, you're asked to self-quarantine until July 28.
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Free COVID-19 testing is available for New York residents at the drive-thru test site on the Binghamton University, but you do need to make a reservation before. You can make an appointment by calling 1-888-364-3065. Officials say getting tested does not get you out of quarantine if you're already under quarantine.