Tom Winter22h ago / 7:34 PM UTCA second member of the New York Fire Department tested positive for COVID-19, the department said in a statement on Saturday. Due to the positive test results, “the member, and 33 additional Firefighters, will be self-quarantined and the firehouse will be decontaminated.” It was not immediately clear which firehouse was affected. The firefighter did not get exposed while on-duty, but through “community exposure” while off the clock, the statement said.”While asymptomatic, this member worked three tours in the last week, but did not respond to any medical calls and had no contact with patients,” the department added.  There are 99 members of the New York Fire Department who are currently self-quarantined. Nicole Acevedo 21h ago / 8:12 PM UTCColorado shuts down drive-up testing site ‘due to high-volume’About 200 cars were still in line when the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment decided to close a drive-up testing site in Denver “due to high-volume,” officials said in a statement.The site will remain closed Saturday afternoon, but it’s expected to reopen next week.Since “Colorado now has capacity for private labs to conduct testing,” officials are encouraging those who show symptoms or believe they might have been exposed to COVID-19 “to call


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