Second TSA Worker at Orlando International Airport Tests Positive For Coronavirus
A second TSA worker at Orlando International Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a recent report in the Orlando Sentinel. The employee worked as a screening officer at the airports West Checkpoint and they worked their last shift on March 11 from 12 to 8:30pm.
According to the report, the office is recovering at home. All TSA employees who came in contact with the officer (their identity has not publically been released) over the last 14 days are notified of the diagnosis and TSA is providing them information on what to do next.
As we previously reported here at MickeyBlog, the first TSA worker test positive for COVID-19 last Saturday. She has been in quarantine since them and told Orlando Sentinel that she is suffering from headaches, dizziness, aches, sinus issues and a cough. She did say that she has started feeling better this week.
Aside from both positive COVID-19 cases within the TSA department of Orlando International Airport, a worker at a car rental facility also tested positive.
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