Officials warn of possible COVID exposure at Luke Bryan concert in Michigan after 27 test positive

20,000 people attended concert in Fowlerville

LLuke Bryan performs during the Proud To Be Right Here Tour at Bridgestone Arena on July 30, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Terry Wyatt, 2021 Getty Images)

FOWLERVILLE, Mich. – Health officials issued a warning about the possibility of exposure to COVID at a Luke Bryan concert in Michigan after 27 people who attended the event tested positive.

The outdoor concert was held Sept. 18 at a farm in Fowlerville, according to the musician’s website.

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Livingston County health officials said 27 people who tested positive COVID attended the concert. While officials were investigating those positive tests, they determined other fans at the concert might have been exposed.

About 20,000 people attended the event, according to the health department.

Anyone who went to the concert is encouraged to receive a COVID test, regardless of vaccination status, health officials said. They should also wear face coverings in public and monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID.

Symptoms can appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.

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