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Positive Cases of Covid-19 at St. Bernadette’s

From time to time this information will change. Please check the website periodically for updates.

2021/01/28

We have received information that 5 people have tested positive for COVID that attended the funeral mass at St. Bernadette on January 23rd. Please monitor your health, get tested if you are unsure, and contact your physician if you have any questions or concerns.

2020/12/02
We have been notified that several people who attended a funeral at Saint Bernadette’s on 11/20/2020 have tested positive for COVID.  If you were at that funeral Mass, please monitor your health. If you have any questions or concerns, please speak with your physician.

2020/11/10
We have now learned of 6 total positive cases since the first initial report.

2020/10/31
We have learned that two people at the 9 AM Mass on 10/25 has tested positive for the Corona Virus. Please monitor your health and if you experience any symptoms or have any questions or concerns, please contact your physician.

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3 Comments

  1. Concerned Parishioner

    This information is inaccurate. You didn’t learn that “someone” tested positive. You learned that SEVERAL PEOPLE tested positive. Whether intentional or unintentional, posting false information serves no one and is unethical. Please do due diligence by your parishioners and update this information so that they are fully informed and therefore can better protect themselves and others. It’s a matter of public safety to properly report!

    • Duc Tri Le

      Thank you for catching this error. We actually did specify in the Vietnamese version that there were 2 people that tested positive. We have also updated for the English version as well.

    • Se

      They did say 2 people in the Vietnamese post so they weren’t trying to hide anything here, it was just an honest simple mistake. Everyone makes mistakes! As Christians, we need to correct one another in a compassionate spirit. This accusation of them being “unethical” is ruthless and uncharitable. Very sad to see this in our parish.

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