On Thursday, June 2, the Escambia Board of County Commissioners were briefed by County Administrator Janice Gilley and her leadership team on the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to public records received by Inweekly this afternoon, the county on that day had 22 employees that had tested positive, 44 awaiting results, 17 quarantined, 15 on extended leave and 38 working from home.
Two departments have been hit the hardest, especially when compared to the Monday, June 29 report.
Public Safety includes Emergency Communications, Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Rescue and Pensacola Beach Lifeguards.
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Corrections’ numbers don’t reflect the 12 positives and 13 awaiting results that Chief Powell told the commissioners, but they do reveal a mounting problem in corrections.
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Here is the complete report for July 2:
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