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Salt Lick, 3350 E Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665, United States
Coronavirus: Barbecue restaurant employee has tested positive
2 years ago
The Round Rock location found out that a staffer tested positive on Thursday, June 4, and the person last worked on May 31. If you visited the restaurant recently, please report it and any other location that you visited.
As a bus driver I was precautionary about wearing a safety mask while riding the bus. Later I found that when I took my mask off at work I caught COVID 19
1 month ago
We presumed we had bad food but it turned out to be the latest covid variant. Extreme stomach pain and headache, along with bad bowel and bitter mouth. Not like the extreme fatigue and sinus of the last few rounds of SARS-Co-V-2. There was an issue with... chorizo fat in a breakfast burrito that added to it, however that was not the main culprit, just difficult to digest (apparently for many). A tasty evil. Currently in California | Symptoms: Headache, Fatigue, Stomach Pain
1 month ago
Detect, Inc. is voluntarily recalling specific lots of the Detect Covid-19 Test™, their molecular, over-the-counter test used to identify SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes Covid-19) in self-collected nasal swabs. The recall affects a total of 11,102 tests shipped to customers from July 26th, 2022 through August 26th,... 2022. The test was granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on October 28, 2021. To date, Detect has not received any reports of false negative results related to the affected lots and is issuing this recall out of an abundance of caution.
There is an increased chance that the tests from the lot numbers listed below may give false negative results. Detect has conducted a thorough investigation to identify this issue and has made the decision to conduct a voluntary recall for these lots. The reliability of positive test results is not affected.
Below is a list of the affected lots. The lot number can be found on the side of each test box along with the Use By date.
Lot Number: HB264, Use By Date: 1/1/2023, Number of Tests Shipped: 7,382
Lot Number: HY263, Use By Date: 1/1/2023, Number of Tests Shipped: 1,800
Lot Number: HY264, Use By Date: 1/1/2023, Number of Tests Shipped: 1,920
There is an increased chance that the tests from the lot numbers listed below may give false negative results. Detect has conducted a thorough investigation to identify this issue and has made the decision to conduct a voluntary recall for these lots. To date, Detect has not received any reports of false negative results related to the affected lots and is issuing this recall out of an abundance of caution. The reliability of positive test results is not affected.
Detect is notifying all customers and distributors affected by the recall. Anyone in possession of any unused tests from the affected lots should dispose of the tests. The outer packaging is recyclable while all the test components can be discarded as regular trash. Detect Hubs are not affected by the recall and do not need to be discarded.
Test users who attempt to use recalled tests will be notified in the Detect App™ that the test has been recalled and may not be used.
Detect, Inc. will issue a refund* for the affected tests (as verified by Detect) upon customers’ acknowledgement of receipt of the recall-related communication and confirmation that any affected tests in possession have been disposed of.
Company name: Detect, Inc.
Brand name: Detect
Product recalled: Over the counter Covid-19 Test
Reason of the recall: There is an increased chance that the tests from the lot numbers listed below may give false negative results
FDA Recall date: December 12, 2022
I was staying at a shelter in Lockport Cares and there was a Christian pastor at the shelter. Guess again. I dialed an ubulanxe to go to the hospital because my teeth were bleeding.and I was coughing up blood. The woman told me I should not stay... at Lockport Cares because I called an ambulance to go to the hospital.
I assume Lockport cares is possibly food poisoning people. Lockport cares gives you bag lunches , breakfast and dinner.
For 2 nights there is always corn or brownies during Bible study at 8pm at night.
I'm not allowed back because I claaid they were food poisoning people
I told the police when I dialed the ambulance.
My blood sugar was low and I was coughing up blood and my teeth were bleeding.
Warning. Lockport Cares does food poisoning
Also there is a hazard for COVID 19. The manager allows COVID 19 positive to stay there without mandatory mask
You are not required to wear mask indoors.amd of you are positive for covid 19, you are not required to wear a mask. There is a woman positive for covid 10 not wearing a mask everyday spreading her disease. Lockport Cares allows kids and married couples to stay the night also.
Lockport cares should be shut down for biohazard. Covid positive wear no masks. A mask is not required for covid positive people.
Warning. | Symptoms: Cough
8 hours ago
A crash in Leander has caused more outages Saturday evening, says the city of Leander and Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC). The city says the crash happened at FM 2243 and Horizon Park Boulevard and took out a power pole as well as a few traffic signals. According... to PEC
Outage link: outages.pec.coop
4 days ago
With icy winter weather conditions across Central Texas, some areas started losing power early Wednesday morning. At 7:45 a.m,
Austin Energy report: 122,414 without power.
Oncor report: 23,672
1. Management has workers come to work after testing positive for COVID. 2. Temperatures are not checked. 3. When employees have COVID symptoms the employer does not send them home. 4. Staff is not notified when employees test positive for COVID.
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-07-29
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