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EPC Public Health announces more COVID-19 outbreaks; 3 McDonald’s employees test positive

EL PASO COUNTY coronavirus

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo - El Paso County Public Health officials have announced three addtional outbreaks of COVID-19 in the area.

Health officials say that three employees at the McDonalds at Powers and Airport have tested positive for the virus. Two employees of Springs Fabrication along with two residents of the Cheyenne Mountain Care Center also tested positive.

Public health also announced that one additional employee at both the Walmart on Space Center Drive and Goodwill on Austin Bluffs have tested positive. That brings the case number for each of those locations to 4 employees.

Coronavirus / Health / News

Andrew Rogers

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  1. Strange how Walmart, Safeway and McDonald’s go through the height of the outbreak then get sick people when things start to open back up. I know at that Walmart, since May 1, more people are without mask and fewer are staying 6 feet apart. Not many pay attention to which direction they go in the aisles, they are marked. Have seen many employees wearing their masks not covering mouth and nose and have also seen them with the mask around their beck if no one was around them.

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