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Four more RTA staff members test positive for COVID-19

21 employees have tested positive so far with 11 making full recoveries and returning to work.

CLEVELAND — The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has reported that an additional four employees have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past several days. 

According to the RTA's website, the infected staff members include a maintenance worker from the Triskett Districtt, a rail equipment mechanic, a bus operator from the Triskett District and a paratransit operator. 

The last date of work for the employees range fromm June 19, 2020 through June 28, 2020. 

Per the RTA's standards, all the employees work areas or vehicles were thoroughly cleaned and disinfected and other staff members who may have been in contact with the infected have been notified. 

This brings the total number of RTA employees infected with the virus to 21 so far, 11 of which have made full recoveries and returned to work. 

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