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How many of those 62 have recovered? I'm sure they aren't all in the active stage still.
How many more people have those 62 spread the virus to? I think that's the more important question right now.
I'd like to know why essential workers in large organizations such as USDA have to use their own sick leave if they test positive for Covid-19? They are forced to work until Ill, then forced to take own sick leave. Right now, according to the government, if they have one of the "listed" underlying conditions they get administrative leave (do not have to take own sick leave) and off work even if not ill. But if you do not have an underlying condition, you are forced to work until you are sick and test positive for Covid-19, then you have to take your own sick leave. This is happening right now. I also want to know why the amount of testing kits the state has goes up every day, in the thousands, and people are getting sick and want to be tested so they dont spread the disease but are turned away to become sicker and possibly infect immediate family or other people they work with because they don't "qualify" for testing. Thank you.
By not sharing this information, which is NOT a HIPPA violation, these people are putting our community at more risk. Shame on them.
Shame on Gov. Reynolds for not closing the plant days ago. Her lack of leadership has undoubtedly led to further spread of this virus in the county.
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