Watertown Has First Presumptive Case of Coronavirus, Health Director Discusses Town’s Preparation
*This video was produced before the Health Department announced it had been advised there is a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Watertown. As a result, some information contained in the video about the number of cases in Watertown is inaccurate.
WCA-TV Studio – The Health Department has been advised that there is a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Watertown. The case is not associated with the schools and has no children in the school system. Their case investigation is ongoing and they will provide additional information tomorrow. We spoke to Larry Ramidn, Watertown Director of Public Health, about the town’s plan to combat the virus and keep residents safe. It was announced late Thursday that there is one presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Watertown. Schools will be closed from March 13 until March 27.
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Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer
March 12, 2020