Where hospital employees are testing positive for COVID-19

Healthcare facility staff members are among the confirmed cases of COVID-19. Here are U.S. hospitals or other U.S. health care sites where workers have actually tested favorable throughout the pandemic..

Twenty-three staff and 13 patients at Springfield, Mass.-based Baystate Medical Center checked positive for COVID-19 after a worker went to an out-of-state virus hot spot location.


Note: This is not an exhaustive list. This list consists of cases that were reported in the last month.


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Monday, August 3rd, 2020

10 staff members at South Peninsula Hospital in Homer, Alaska, tested positive for COVID-19 because the start of the pandemic, according to the Homer News. This consists of 6 who tested positive earlier this summer and four additional employees.

Fresno, Calif.-based Community Medical Centers dashboard noted 198 employees out July 31 due to problems associated with COVID-19. The control panel of the four-hospital system shows 60 workers have actually checked favorable for COVID-19 and 138 remain in self-isolation while waiting for test results..



Staff Members at Arkansas Methodist Medical Center in Paragould and NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jonesboro have evaluated favorable for COVID-19, reports TELEVISION station KAIT.

Fourteen junior residents, two senior residents, a fellow and an administrative employee at Gainesville-based University of Florida Health tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in July after they attended a personal party.


Eleven workers at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County in Rock Springs, Wyo., were detected with COVID-19 on July 16, according to Cowboy State Daily. The infected workers were isolating in your home since July 20.

Intensive care unit nurses at The Hospitals of Providence Memorial Campus in El Paso, Texas, tested positive for COVID-19, a number of Providence employee informed El Paso Matters. Nurses told the wire service between 5 and eight just recently evaluated favorable, and there are additional believed ICU nurse cases.





A minimum of 1,125 medical workers in Utah evaluated favorable for COVID-19, according to The Salt Lake Tribune, which mentions information from regional health departments. This consists of physicians, nurses, janitors and workplace workers at healthcare facilities, centers and retirement home.

Spokeswoman Judy Donovan said staff members at Kona Community Hospital in Kealakekua, Hawaii, tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-July, according to West Hawaii Today


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