Burnett County Public Health confirmed a second county resident has died as a result from complications from COVID-19.

The county has 42 confirmed cases, 27 have recovered.

The department also released more information regarding two potential exposure sites. Public Health says there was potential exposure at Adventures Restaurant and Pub in Siren on Sunday Aug. 23 from 11 am to noon and The Shop Bar and Grill in Webster on Wednesday Aug. 19 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Public Health said they do not issue notifications for grocery stores or gas stations.

“You mostly meet people in passing and rarely spend more than 15 minutes within six feet of a person who cannot be identified,” a statement said. “Public notifications are commonly issued for places like bars, restaurants and large events. People at these locations tend to stay longer than 15 minutes within six feet of people and remove their mask to eat and drink.”