Well, if you attended the Spirit of 1776 Fireworks Display at Immanuel Baptist Church on June 28, you better keep a close eye on yourself over the next couple weeks.

According to ABC12, the Shiawassee County Health Department says two people from Clinton County who attended the fireworks display tested positive for COVID-19 and may have exposed others.

You'll want to monitor yourself closely for coronavirus symptoms and you'll want to warn others that may have attended the event.

Shiawassee County Health Officer Larry Johnson:

I strongly encourage county residents to take preventative measures from COVID-19 by wearing a mask when inside public places and maintaining six feet away from others. COVID-19 has not disappeared from our community. We all must continue to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Obviously, if you were at the fireworks show and you start feeling sick with a fever, cough or shortness of breath, you'll want to contact your doctor right away.

For the first few months, I didn't hear of too many people testing positive for COVID-19. That has definitely changed because over the last week or so, I've been hearing of more and more friends with family members testing positive and more people at local restaurants that are also testing positive. Luckily I haven't been in contact with these people and haven't been to any restaurants.

Please be safe, wear a mask and keep washing those damn hands.

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