ORLANDO, Fla. — An Orlando International Airport security officer has tested positive for COVID-19, the TSA said.
The TSA said after communication with the TSA Chief Medical Officer, the CDC and the Orange County Public Health Department, employees were notified that a transportation security officer tested positive for the virus.
The officer is at home resting and will remain home until cleared by a doctor. The officer also identified others who were in close contact with the impacted officer.
Those close to the officer have been advised to stay home and self-observe for the next 14 days.
TSA also coordinated with the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority and the GOA has performed enhanced cleaning of all the areas where the officer was working.