Will County Sheriff’s Courthouse Deputy 2nd to test positive for COVID-19


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Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley is announcing the second Covid-19 positive case has been confirmed within the Sheriff’s Office.   On Friday, March 27th, the male deputy called in sick and stated that he was experiencing Covid symptoms.  He self-quarantined at home and went for testing. He received his positive results after 10 days.

 The deputy is currently assigned to the Will County Courthouse and travels throughout the courthouse during his daily duties.  Since his self-quarantine, 13 days ago, there have been no other reported courthouse deputies or employees with symptoms.

 The Sheriff’s Office reported its first deputy with Covid-19 on April 6th.  He remains at home and is recovering.   


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