3 more Cook County court employees test positive for COVID-19

A total of 214 employees working in Office of the Chief Judge have tested positive for COVID-19.

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An employee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County who worked at the Daley Center tested positive for the coronavirus, the clerk’s office announced March 26, 2020.

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Three more employees have tested positive for the coronavirus in Cook County’s Office of the Chief Judge.

One employee worksin the social service department at the Bridgeview Courthouse, the chief judge’s office said in a statement Tuesday.

The second employee worksin the adult probation department at the Criminal Courthouse Administration Building on the lower level.

The third employee is a staff attorney who works at the Daley Center.

None of the three employees reported any close contacts at work, according to the statement.

A total of 214 employees workingin Office of the Chief Judge have tested positive for COVID-19. Additionally, 17 judges have tested positive since the start of the pandemic.

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