Health Officials in Marshall County confirm possible COVID-19 exposure at Bremen Boys and Girls Club
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MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind. – The Marshall County Health Department confirmed that there was possible exposure with a presumptive COVID-19 patient at the Bremen Boys and Girls Club.
The Marshall County Health Department is investigating the matter and gathering information on the incident.
Lisa Letsinger, the Marshall County Public Health Nurse, said in a statement:
"As of this time we do not have a confirmed presumptive case of Covid-19 in Marshall County. There was an exposure at the Bremen Boys and Girls Club on March 9th. This involved an individual who is from another county who has tested positive for COVID-19, and visited the club on the March 9th. We are working on our contact investigation at his time."
Officials in Marshall County have made testing locations for COVID-19 available.
If you want to be tested, officials are advising that you call your healthcare provider’s office or the Coronavirus Hotline at 574-335-8560.
Officials are advising against checking in at a local emergency room.