Binghamton Nail Salon Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19
Broome County health officials say that you should quarantine if you went to a specific nail salon in Binghamton over the last week after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
According to a press release from Broome County Executive Jason Garnar's office, an employee at Lee's Nail Salon on West State Street tested positive.
The county is asking people who went to Lee's Nail Salon between June 28 and July 3 to self-quarantine for 14 days and to be on the lookout for any symptoms of coronavirus.
Fever, cough, and shortness of breath are among the symptoms of coronavirus. You can learn more about coronavirus and its symptoms here.
It may seem like common knowledge, but health officials are urging everyone to continue to wash hands, wear face coverings when out in public, and to practice healthy social distancing.
As of July 3, there are 62 active COVID-19 cases in Broome County, with 28 in Vestal and 15 in the City of Binghamton. You can access Broome County's coronavirus dashboard here.