If you were at Luke Bryan's concert a couple of weeks ago, then you may want to get tested for COVID. The Livingston County Health Department says you could have been exposed to the virus while you were there.

Despite rumors that it might not happen, Luke Bryan did in fact bring his annual farm tour to Michigan. And less than two weeks ago, he made a stop at Kubiak Farms in Fowlerville.

WLNS reports that since the concert, which took place on September 18th, "27 people who went to the concert have tested positive for the virus". That's out of approximately 20,000 attendees. However, there's a chance that the number of positive COVID cases from the concert could rise.

Since the concert was less than two weeks ago, it's possible to have contracted COVID but still not feel the symptoms. According to the CDC, symptoms can take anywhere from two to 14 days to show up. Symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, and more. Check here to see other COVID symptoms. But regardless of whether or not you're feeling symptoms, it's highly encouraged that if you were at the concert, you should get tested for COVID-19.

There are many locations in the greater Lansing area where you can get tested for COVID;

You can also see an up-to-date reporting of Coronavirus numbers, according to Michigan county, HERE.

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