Ferry terminal closed after worker optimistic for COVID-19


ROCKLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine has closed a ferry terminal in Rockland after an worker examined optimistic for COVID-19.

The Maine Division of Transportation closed the Maine State Ferry Service Rockland Ferry Terminal on Wednesday morning as a result of optimistic check. The transportation division mentioned vacationers can nonetheless board ferries in Rockland, and they’ll be capable of pay fares after they arrive at island terminals.

The division mentioned it’s working with the Maine Heart for Illness Management and Prevention to determine shut contacts of the employee. The employee is isolating and was final within the workplace on March 26, the division mentioned.

The transportation division mentioned it expects the constructing to reopen on Friday morning. No members of the general public have been recognized as shut contacts of the contaminated employee, the division mentioned.

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