YORK Co., Va. - Three courthouse deputies with the York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the sheriff's office.
The sheriff's office said in a statement Sunday, that a deputy left work on March 25 and was tested for the virus March 26. Though the deputy has since made a full recovery, they will be quarantined for four more days and will not return to work without clearance from a medical professional.
According to the sheriff's office, two other courthouse deputies and one civilian courthouse employee are suffering from similar symptoms and have self-quarantined.
As of Monday, both of those deputies have now been informed that their test results are positive for coronavirus.
There are now three deputies and one civilian who work at the courthouse that are being self-quarantined for the virus. They will not return to work without clearance from a medical professional.
The courthouse has been thoroughly cleaned in accordance to CDC guidelines and will be open to resume business tomorrow.