Pa. officer’s tests presumed positive for COVID-19
Officials are currently working to determine who the officer came into contact with while infected
By Police1 Staff
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. — A police officer is among the growing cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania.
According to CBS Philly, the 35-year-old officer has tested presumed positive for the virus and is currently self-isolating.
“His symptoms do not require hospitalization and he is currently at home being monitored. This individual had direct contact with a previously announced presumptive positive individual,” Montgomery County Chair Dr. Valerie Arkoosh told CBS Philly.
Officials are currently working to determine who the officer came into contact with while infected.
Pennsylvania currently has 33 confirmed cases.
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