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Officials warn of COVID-19 exposure at Frog Alley in Schenectady

Frog Alley Brewing on State Street in Schenectady.
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Frog Alley Brewing on State Street in Schenectady.

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SCHENECTADY — Authorities are warning of a COVID exposure at Frog Alley Brewing in Schenectady.

Schenectady County Public Health announced on Friday a customer diagnosed with COVID-19 visited Frog Alley Brewing in Schenectady on July 31 from approximately 9 p.m. until midnight.

Officials identified the person as a Saratoga County resident.

Public health officials from both counties are in the process of identifying all close contacts of the individual and notifying them, the county said in a news release.

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The county is asking anyone who visited Frog Alley during the time period to monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days from July 31. 

Those with symptoms are asked to stay home and call their primary care provider and county Public Health at 518-386-2824, Option No. 2.

To find a testing location, visit coronavirus.health.ny.gov/find-test-site-near-you.

Free community testing is available throughout August on Mondays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bridge Community Center, 735 Crane Street, and on Thursdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Schenectady Islamic Center Parking Lot, 89 North Brandywine. 

Call 518-419-0370 to register.

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