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Sport Blues asked to isolate after relative of Blues' employee tests positive for COVID-19

21:20  22 march  2020
21:20  22 march  2020 Source:   ksdk.com

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ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues have been advised that a relative of a Blues ' employee has tested positive for COVID - 19 . As a result of this positive case, all members of the Blues , as previously directed, are requested to remain isolated , to monitor their health and to seek advice from our team's

A Denver city employee at Denver International Airport has tested "presumptive" positive for coronavirus.

A relative of a St. Louis Blues’ employee has tested positive for COVID-19.

According to a statement from the Blues, the diagnosed individual is in self-isolation along with members of their family. All staff who may have come into close contact with that individual have been notified.

“As a result of this positive case, all members of the Blues, as previously directed, are requested to remain isolated, to monitor their health and to seek advice from our team's medical staff.

Out of respect to the individual and their family we will have no further comment at this time” A spokesperson for the Blues said.

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