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RTA confirms 3 new cases of COVID-19 among employees, street station closed temporarily for disinfecting

Four employees have now tested positive.

CLEVELAND — On Sunday, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority confirmed that four of their employees have now tested positive for coronavirus.

The three new cases include a married couple who are self quarantining at home and a transit police dispatcher. 

In addition to the new confirmed cases, on Sunday, RTA announced that it temporarily closed a street station for disinfecting. 

The station, the red line  located at West 65th, was closed after a man displaying symptoms of COVID-19 was found sleeping inside. The man was transported to MetroHealth Hospital . 

The station is now re-open. 

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