Can you tell me the location of the positive case and will I be notified if I’ve been exposed?

The patient’s identifiable information is protected by federal law. Part of the epidemiological investigation process includes notification of those exposed to the extent possible. Positive COVID-19 tests indicate that the disease is present in our community and not only at isolated addresses of infected individuals. That is why we all need to practice social distancing and good hygiene practices. Here’s a link to the CDC’s guidance for preventing the spread of COVID-19: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html.

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1. Will the City cut off my utilities if I can't pay right right now?
2. How can I get tested for COVID-19?
3. How can I volunteer or help others during this crisis?
4. I'm having trouble paying rent due to COVID-19 restrictions. Who can help me?
5. Should I wear a mask or face covering?
6. Will Code Compliance still issue citations for high grass and other property maintenance violations?
7. Is the City still enforcing neighborhood parking violations?
8. Can you tell me the location of the positive case and will I be notified if I’ve been exposed?
9. How do I report price-gouging?
10. How do I report hoarding?
11. Can my pet become ill with or spread COVID-19?
12. Are you hearing about scams related to COVID-19?