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More than a dozen people who recently visited a popular bar in East Lansing have tested positive for coronavirus, the Ingham County Health Department said.
The department is asking anyone who was at Harper's Restaurant & Brew Pub between June 12-20 to watch for symptoms of COVID-19.
Those symptoms could develop up to 14 days after exposure, and anyone with symptoms should get tested immediately. People without symptoms may also request testing.
Asymptomatic infections do occur and can be contagious. Symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, shortness of breath and fever.
Michigan saw an increase of 221 cases of coronavirus and 11 deaths, according to the latest numbers released by the state on Tuesday.
There are now 61,630 cases and 5,864 deaths in Michigan, but the number of new cases has remained below 300 every day for the past three weeks.
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