Seventh COVID-19 Case Confirmed in Iron County

The Iron County Health Department announced Saturday, July 25 that there are now seven confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Iron County.

The health department says that the individual has been contacted and is currently in isolation at home.  Contact tracing has been initiated by the health department, in accordance to the CDC guidelines, and are in the process of contacting all close contacts.

The health department says that the individual was known to be at the Salem Country Mart on Friday, July 24 between noon and 5 p.m.   The individual did not know at the time of the positive case.   If you visited this location during this time, you are at low risk for contracting COVID-19, but should monitor for symptoms.   The health department says there is no need to self quarantine or isolate unless you have symptoms develop. 

Anyone who develops symptoms of COVID-19 should contact their health care provider regarding testing and take all necessary precautions to avoid exposing others.

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