Two more employees in Cook County’s chief judge’s office test positive for coronavirus
Since the start of the pandemic, 173 employees have tested positive.
Two more employees at the Cook County chief judge’s office have tested positive for COVID-19, the judge’s office reported Monday.
One employee works at the juvenile court center. The other is a courthouse reporter who works at the Maywood courthouse.
These two additional cases bring the total number of employees infected with COVID-19 to 173 since the start of the pandemic, with 73 of those employees working at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center, the judge’s office said in a statement.
Eleven judges and 62 residents at the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center have also tested positive for the virus.
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