N.C. Resident Who Attended Millennium Tour 2020 Concert in Raleigh Tests Positive for Coronavirus

A North Carolina resident who attended the Millennium Tour 2020 at PNC Arena in Raleigh final Friday (Mar. 13) has examined optimistic for COVID-19 aka coronavirus.

The particular person, who’s from Wake County, was reportedly on the live performance from 8:20 p.m. to midnight and was symptomatic whereas attending the occasion.

No details about the particular person, together with their age or gender, has been launched.

WNCN stories that the particular person had flooring seats in Section 5, however moved all through the gang through the present.

“Because the crowd was so mobile, it would be very difficult to determine who came within six feet of the affected person for 10 minutes or more,” Wake County Medical Director Dr. Kim McDonald stated. “If you went to the show and spent time on the floor, you may be at risk of exposure.”

The Wake County Public Health Division has arrange a particular hotline for individuals who attended the present or labored at PNC Arena on March 13th. The cellphone quantity affected Wake County residents have been requested to name is 919-857-9375.

Wake County can be sending out e-mails to anybody who purchased tickets to the live performance to tell them concerning the state of affairs and advise them on the following steps.

At this time, county officers are saying that anybody who was at PNC Arena outdoors of the aforementioned timeframe wasn’t liable to contracting COVID-19.

The Millennium Tour 2020 options headliners Omarion and Bow Wow, in addition to supporting acts Ashanti, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Sammie, Pretty Ricky and Soulja Boy.

In response to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, present promoters have rescheduled upcoming tour dates.

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