Spinco, in Hamilton, Nt. 30 minutes of the full class, in a statement, Hamilton’s medical officer, Dr. Said Elizabeth Richardson.
In a statement to CNN, they said public health officials are very concerned about the number of cases and the size of the outbreak, especially since the city is not currently a hotspot and the facility is not ignoring health protocols, they told CNN in a statement.
“They have also supported public health services in our investigation by sharing messages with all their members,” Richardson said.
There are currently 44 affirmative positive primary cases associated with Spinco and 17 confirmed secondary cases. Exposure was linked to several classes held between 28 September and 4 October.
The co-owners of the studio, Naz Zarezadegan and Ira Price, told The Hamilton Spectator on Monday that public health officials told them “patient zero shows no symptoms.”
Spinko said it would be pending further investigation by health officials.
City officials say the Spinco bike is operating at 0% capacity, with each bike having a radius of around a foot and could raise questions about the safety of the gym and fitness studio during the epidemic.
“We continue to see what that means, what we need to understand about exercise classes,” Richardson told a media briefing on Tuesday.
A second wave of coronavirus is being counted in Canada, which has doubled in the past month in new, daily positive cases of Covid-19. Targeted restrictions and terminations are in place in many urban centers, including Toronto and Montreal, but not in Hamilton.