Aurora Police Supervisory Staff Member Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Feeling Ill on March 17, 2020


The Aurora police Department has identified its first confirmed case of COVID-19 involving one of its employees. A member of the police department’s supervisory staff started feeling ill on March 17, 2020. The police supervisor went home to seek medical treatment, which included being tested for COVID-19. As directed by health officials, the staff member immediately self-quarantined at home while awaiting the results.

Aurora Police Department was notified late yesterday by the Kendall County Health Department that the test result was positive for COVID-19. Thorough cleaning and disinfecting of the involve employees work area has been completed.

According to the Aurora Police Department, the staff member’s condition is already improving, and is expected to make a full recovery. The staff member lives outside of Aurora.

The Aurora Police Department stated that the department will continue to monitor the health of its workforce and workspaces in all facilities, and will act swiftly should anyone exhibit symptoms of the virus.



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