A worker at the Walmart Supercenter on South Campbell Avenue worked in different regions of the store before encountering side effects or testing positive for the coronavirus – Springfield Walmart representative tests positive for COVID-19, went to ball game.

The individual worked from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday while wearing a cover, as indicated by a wellbeing division news discharge.

They likewise went to a ball game from 5:30 to 8 p.m. that night at Meador Park Field on South Fremont Avenue.

Any individual who was at those areas during that time span is at an okay for getting the infection, however they should screen for manifestations.

There is no compelling reason to self-isolate or segregate except if side effects create, as indicated by the wellbeing office.

Coronavirus inclusion: Eight new COVID-19 cases revealed in Lawrence County

The coronavirus spreads through respiratory beads delivered when a contaminated individual hacks or wheezes, regularly between individuals who are in close contact with each other.

As of Tuesday morning, Greene County had 87 dynamic coronavirus cases and 267 complete cases in the previous three months.