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The Minnesota Department of Health is investigating a cluster of COVID-19 cases linked to a wedding in southwest Minnesota. The department says there have been several guests of the wedding in Ghent, Lyon County, on Aug. 22 who have developed symptoms and tested positive for the virus. Anyone who was in close contact with a wedding attendee who tested positive for COVID-19 has been told to self-isolate for 14 days from their last contact with that person. Those who are unsure if they had contact, but were at the wedding, reception, or at KB’s Bar and Grill in Ghent on Aug. 22 have been told to “limit interactions” with others as much as possible, wear a face mask and social distance for 14 days from the wedding.

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