More than 100 confirmed COVID-19 cases at Sparta farm, officials say – WXII12 Winston-Salem

More than 100 confirmed COVID-19 cases at Sparta farm, officials state

Updated: 6:08 PM EDT Aug 3, 2020

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Health officials stated that there have actually been 102 verified cases, and results are still pending for some people. Most of the positive cases are reporting no symptoms, AppHealthCare said.
” Due to the nature of this virus, we are worried about the number of people who are positive and living and working within close distance to others,” Jennifer Greene, Health Director, AppHealthCare stated. “We are continuing to collaborate with Bottomley Evergreens and Farms to execute control measures to limit more spread of the infection. We have actually supplied public health and infection control assistance and will continue to operate in collaboration with them to prevent further spread.”.
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Last week, a couple of cases of COVID-19 were verified at Bottomley Evergreens and Farms. The company asked for support from AppHealthCare to check the whole workforce, screening 398 individuals late recently, health authorities said.
RELATED: Engineers are developing mail-in, no-touch tests for COVID-19.

The Appalachian District Health Department is examining a break out of COVID-19 at Bottomley Evergreens and Farms in Sparta.

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Coronavirus impact in North Carolina: Latest details and handy resourcesHealth authorities stated that there have been 102 validated cases, and outcomes are still pending for some individuals. “Due to the nature of this virus, we are worried with the number of individuals who are positive and living and working within close distance to others,” Jennifer Greene, Health Director, AppHealthCare said. The company asked for support from AppHealthCare to test the entire workforce, screening 398 people late last week, health officials stated.” Due to the nature of this virus, we are worried with the number of individuals who are favorable and living and working within close distance to others,” Jennifer Greene, Health Director, AppHealthCare said.

The Appalachian District Health Department is investigating a break out of COVID-19 at Bottomley Evergreens and Farms in Sparta. Coronavirus impact in North Carolina: Latest details and useful resourcesHealth authorities said that there have actually been 102 confirmed cases, and outcomes are still pending for some people. Most of the favorable cases are reporting no symptoms, AppHealthCare stated. “Due to the nature of this virus, we are concerned with the variety of individuals who are favorable and living and working within close distance to others,” Jennifer Greene, Health Director, AppHealthCare said. “We are continuing to collaborate with Bottomley Evergreens and Farms to carry out control measures to restrict more spread of the infection. We have actually offered public health and infection control guidance and will continue to work in partnership with them to prevent more spread.” RELATED: The FDAs list of unsafe hand sanitizers has now grown to more than 100Last week, a couple of cases of COVID-19 were verified at Bottomley Evergreens and Farms. The company asked for assistance from AppHealthCare to check the whole workforce, testing 398 people late last week, health officials said. RELATED: Engineers are developing mail-in, no-touch tests for COVID-19