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First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Meriden City Manager Tim Coon along with Health and Human Services Director Lea Crown declared Thursday that the town had its first confirmed instance of Covid-19.

Individuals who’ve been in close contact with the individual have been advised and were arranged to quarantine for 14 days.

First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus COVID 19 - First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
First Meriden Resident tests positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)




“We’ve expected this inevitable second and we’re taking every measure we can to mitigate the spread of this virus and maintain Meriden secure,” said Coon.

“We’re taking the identification of COVID-19 within our state and town quite seriously. We continue to urge our residents to take precautions to decrease the spread of the virus in our State and City. To decrease the odds of finding the virus: stay home if you’re sick, steer clear of large crowds, clean your hands, avoid touching your head, and keep social distancing of six toes,” additional Crown.

 

City Hall is working to react to the growing scenario and will be executing activities in the coming days to maintain citizens healthy and safe.

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positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19 )

Meriden City Manager Tim Coon along with Health and Human Services Director Lea Crown declared Thursday that the town had its first confirmed case of Covid-19.

People who have been in close contact with the patient have been notified and were arranged to quarantine for 14 days.

“We’ve expected this inevitable second and we’re taking every measure we can to mitigate the spread of this virus and keep Meriden secure,” said Coon.




“We’re taking the identification of COVID-19 in our state and town very seriously. We continue to urge our residents to take precautions to reduce the spread of the virus in our State and City. To reduce the chance of finding the virus: stay home if you’re sick, stay away from large crowds, clean your hands, avoid touching your face, and maintain social distancing of six toes,” added Crown.

City Hall is working to respond to the developing scenario and will be implementing actions in the coming days to keep residents safe and healthy.

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