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Corozal Town Council closed for sanitization

Posted: Tuesday, November 3, 2020. 4:53 pm CST.

By BBN Staff: Today, the Corozal Town Council informed that three employees, all traffic wardens have tested positive for COVID-19.

One employee showed symptoms while being on time-off and was required to take the test and remain on quarantine. The test returned positive and the employee is already recovering.

Two additional traffic wardens, upon showing symptoms of the flu, were required to take the test and remain on quarantine pending their results. Those results returned positive today.

The council says that the sources of the infection are unknown and the council is cooperating with health officials.

The council announced the closure of Town Hall for thorough sanitization, as a precautionary measure.

Their offices will re-open on Thursday, November 5 at 9:00am.

“We also inform the public that since the onset of the pandemic, the Council implemented strict rules and measures to ensure the safety of our employees and the visiting public, as priority. These include: the washing of hands with soap/use of hand sanitizers and the checking of temperatures before entry, social distancing, and the wearing of facemasks,” the council added.

The council extended get well wishes to the employees.


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