COVID-19 outbreak at Onslow County, North Carolina jail, seven employees tested positive

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At the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office in Jacksonville, North Carolina, seven detention officers have tested positive for the coronavirus.

According to county officials, those employees have been sent home, and inmates are now being tested for the virus.

Arrangements are being made to test inmates, but it is unknown how the inmates will be tested.

According to Sheriff Hans Miller, he is taking extra precautions to protect the inmates.

The jail is using a particular ultrasonic spray disinfectant system.

Maybe if the Sheriff makes all of his staff and inmates wear masks as the Governor has asked, then there wouldn’t be an outbreak inside the jail, but this happens when you have a knucklehead and man who is still suffering from his motorcycle accident in office.

 



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