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XFL vendor at Seattle Dragons game tested positive for Coronavirus

A Seattle Dragons vendor tested positive for the Coronavirus

The XFL has been fun, and the games have had amazing attendance so far, but the Seattle Dragons have a scare from one of their vendors.

According to the Seattle Times, a vendor at the Dragons game on February 22, tested positive for the coronavirus.

“We have worked with the employee and the operator of the stadium, First and Goal, to evaluate potential exposures at the Feb. 22 Seattle Dragons game, and we’ve determined that the risk of infection to attendees from this person was low,” a spokesman for Seattle’s public health department told the Seattle Times. “We are following up with a few co-workers with close contacts of the employee at the February 22nd game to provide guidance on appropriate precautions.”

The Dragons had more than 22,000 people at the game, but they are unsure how many people the worker came into contact with.

“There are no extra precautions are required for those who attended the Feb. 22 game or who will attend upcoming events, but all King County residents should know that the risk for infection with COVID-19 is increasing in our community, should be aware of their symptoms, and call their health care provider if they develop a cough, fever, or other respiratory problems,” the spokesman said.

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