Officials: 2 workers at South Jersey medical centers test positive for coronavirus

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Health officials in South Jersey say two new patients have tested positive for the coronavirus at a medical center in Mullica Hill.

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According to officials, both patients arrived Sunday at the emergency department of Inspira Medical Center.

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Officials say one patient was symptomatic for COVID-19 and identified as high risk, while the other was not symptomatic and not considered high risk. The patient was sent home to self-quarantine.

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The symptomatic patient works in the Radiation Oncology Department at Inspira Medical Center in Vineland, and the asymptomatic patient works in the Surgical Services Departments at Inspira Medical Centers in Elmer, Mullica Hill and Vineland.

Anyone who came in contact with either patient is asked to self-quarantine, and will be tested.

 
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