Little River Casino Resort in Manistee, Michigan has been named a possible coronavirus exposure site by the health officials.

Anyone who visited Little River Casino Resort in Manistee between October 2 and October 4 is asked to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days from the possible exposure date, according to a news release issued by the District Health Department No. 10, which covers 10 Northern Michigan counties including Manistee.

The announcement comes after a visitor of the casino tested positive for COVID-19 and was potentially contagious while visiting Little River, health officials said. The individual visited the casino over the three day period of October 2-4.

As per the state orders, Little River requires guests to wear face coverings in all situations except while dining in one of the restaurants, eating or drinking a beverage on the gaming floor, while in a hotel room, or to smoke in designated smoking areas.