DOH-Sarasota confirmed a positive test result of COVID-19 for a SCAT employee on Thursday, June 4.

 

 

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The last day this employee was on duty was Tuesday, June 2. Contact tracing indicated exposure did not occur in the workplace. This operator drove SCAT Routes 3, 14, 40 and 100 from May 26 through June 2. DOH-Sarasota recommends anyone who rode these routes from those dates monitor themselves for possible symptoms.

 

If a passenger suspects they have been exposed or feels symptoms of COVID-19 they are encouraged to contact their healthcare provider, DOH-Sarasota or visit one of the free state-testing sites located at:

– Mall at University Town Center, Sarasota
– Robert L. Taylor Center, Sarasota

 

SCAT buses are thoroughly sanitized nightly and wiped down in-between each run. Riders are reminded that fares for SCAT and SCAT Plus are suspended to limit interactions and riders should enter through the rear doors and continue to practice social distancing. SCAT bus operators have been provided facemask, gloves, hand sanitizer and operational changes.

 

For more information visit scogv.net or https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/.

 

 

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