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Fourth TSA officer tests positive for coronavirus at Orlando International Airport


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ON FRIDAY, TSA SENT US A STATEMENT VERIFYING THREE OFFICERS CHECKED POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRU >> THAT IS NOT GOING TO CHANGE MY PREPARES. TSA IS SAYING IN A DECLARATION, SECURITY SCREENING CHECKPOIN REMAIN OPEN AND THE AGENCY IS WORKING WITH THE CENTERS FOR ILLNESS CONTROL AND PREVENTION AND THE ORANGE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO KEEP AN EYE ON THE CIRCUMSTANCE AS WELL AS THE HEALTH AND SECURITY OF OUR EMPLOYEES AND THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. THE COMPANY STATES ONE OFFICER IS RESTING AT HOME AND ANOTHER IS GETTING MEDICAL CARE AT A HEALTH CENTER TSA STATES IT HAS ACTUALLY INFORMED ALL THE EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE COME IN WORKED AFFECTED IN THE LAST.

4th TSA officer tests favorable for coronavirus at Orlando International Airport

There have now been four TSA agents at OIA to evaluate favorable for the infection. Coronavirus in Florida: The most current info” TSA confirms that a fourth Transport Security Administration officer who works at Orlando International Airport checked favorable for the COVID-19 virus,” a TSA spokesperson stated. TSA staff members who work the very same shift and may have come in contact with the officer who checked favorable throughout the past 14 days have been signaled about the circumstance so that they can take action as proper, officials stated.

ORLANDO, Fla.–

Another Transportation Security Administration officer at Orlando International Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus, authorities stated Sunday.

There have now been four TSA agents at OIA to check positive for the virus. The first case was revealed on March 14 and 2 more were revealed on Friday.

Coronavirus in Florida: The most current information

” TSA validates that a fourth Transport Security Administration officer who works at Orlando International Airport checked positive for the COVID-19 virus,” a TSA spokesperson stated.

TSA staff members who work the exact same shift and may have come in contact with the officer who tested favorable throughout the past 14 days have actually been signaled about the scenario so that they can take action as proper, officials stated.

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