COVID-19 Cases At Millersville City Hall Limit Services

COVID-19 Cases At Millersville City Hall Limit Services

COVID-19 Cases At Millersville City Hall Limit Services

MILLERSVILLE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – According to officials in Millersville, last week a Millersville City Hall employee became ill and presented symptoms related to Covid-19. That employee didn’t return to the office the next day but was sent for Covid-19 testing which is still pending.

A second City Hall employee became symptomatic in the early morning hours on Friday and was sent for Covid-19 testing. Those test results came back positive for Covid-19.

On Monday, August 3, a third employee in City Hall became symptomatic and left work early. This employee was also sent for Covid-19 testing. Those test results are still pending.

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Servpro of Robertson County was called in to decontaminate City Hall this morning prior to any employees returning to work. All remaining City Hall staff along with sixteen Police, Fire, and Public Works employees that frequent City Hall were sent for expedited testing. This was facilitated at the Hendersonville branch of the Sumner County Health Department.

On Tuesday, all City Hall employees were sent home and the office remained closed pending results. Test results were received at 4 pm Tuesday. Out of the sixteen sent for testing two additional employees from City Hall have tested positive.

The City of Millersville is doing all it can to continue operation during this Covid-19 exposure. Unfortunately, with the majority of the front office staff either testing positive or symptomatic pending test results our services will be limited.

Emergency services such as Police and Fire as well as public works will not be affected. If you have visited City Hall in the last six days, please be aware that you may have been exposed to Covid-19.

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City administrators are doing everything possible to stay as transparent and open during this exposure. At this time the front office of City Hall will remain closed to the public. Any updates regarding pending test results or additional exposures will be released as soon as the information has been verified.

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