Health officials are advising those who visited Dakota Tipi Gaming Centre on three specific dates to self-monitor for symptoms.

Officials are sharing that a COVID-19 patient was at Dakota Tipi Gaming Centre near Portage la Prairie, Manitoba approximately one week ago.

The symptomatic patient visited the location at different times of the day, evenings included on July 17-19. The province says that the infected COVID-19 patient is not a resident of Dakota Tipi First Nation nor did they visit and other locations in the community. 

"People who are considered close contacts of a COVID-19 case will be contacted by public health officials and advised to self-isolate," the Province says in a statement. 

While self-isolating is not required for those who visited Dakota Tipi Gaming Centre, officials are asking those who visited the centre on the three specified dates to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. If symptoms are developed, Manitobans are asked to take the online screening tool, or call Health Links-Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or toll-free at 1-888-315-9257 to learn more about testing.