Two people who attended CRSSD festival have tested positive for coronavirus, the event's organisers have confirmed.
Californian promoters FNGRS CRSSD reached out to their community of attendees to let them know about the developments, stating that it is believed the two individuals contracted the virus outside of the festival's location.
The bi-annual event, which took place over March 7th-8th at San Diego's Waterfront Park and welcomed around 15,000 people, was headlined by Carl Cox, Charlotte De Witte, Dax J among others.
In the statement, CRSSD urges people to continue safe practices such as social distancing, and directs any concerned attendees towards www.coronavirus-sd.com for more information.
Read the festival's statement in full below.
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Crssd Community . We've been monitoring rumors since they surfaced, and last night it was finally confirmed to us by local health authorities that two people who attended Crssd Festival tested positive for coronavirus. . These individuals are believed to have contracted the virus prior to the festival. . As soon as authorities officially confirmed this we notified all attendees directly. . Please continue to practice social distancing and check the online resources for guidelines from national and local health authorities. . San Diego health officials have asked us to direct you to www.coronavirus-sd.com for the latest information. We can also be reached at Crssd@Crssd.com
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