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Guadalupe County alerted about imaginable coronavirus exposure at H-E-B grocery store in Schertz
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Guadalupe County alerted about imaginable coronavirus exposure at H-E-B grocery store in Schertz


By Jeff B. Flinn

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  • People enjoy live music at Pickrell Park in Schertz on a Friday afternoon in June 2019. Guadalupe County reported its second confirmed case of COVID-19 on Sunday and alerted area residents who were at the H-E-B Plus in Schertz near the corner of Interstate 35 and FM 3009 on March 16, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., that they may have been exposed to coronavirus. Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /San Antonio Express-News / Express-News 2019

    Folks journey live music at Pickrell Park in Schertz on a Friday afternoon in June 2019. Guadalupe County reported its 2nd confirmed case of COVID-19 on Sunday and alerted area residents who have been at the H-E-B Plus in Schertz near the corner of Interstate 35 and FM 3009 on March 16, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., that they may have been uncovered to coronavirus.

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    Folks journey live music at Pickrell Park in Schertz on a Friday afternoon in June 2019. Guadalupe County reported its 2nd confirmed case of COVID-19 on Sunday and alerted area residents who have been at the H-E-B

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    Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /San Antonio Categorical-News

Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /San Antonio Categorical-News

Folks journey live music at Pickrell Park in Schertz on a Friday afternoon in June 2019. Guadalupe County reported its 2nd confirmed case of COVID-19 on Sunday and alerted area residents who have been at the H-E-B Plus in Schertz near the corner of Interstate 35 and FM 3009 on March 16, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., that they may have been uncovered to coronavirus.

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Folks journey live music at Pickrell Park in Schertz on a Friday afternoon in June 2019. Guadalupe County reported its 2nd confirmed case of COVID-19 on Sunday and alerted area residents who have been at the H-E-B

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Photo: Marvin Pfeiffer /San Antonio Categorical-News

Guadalupe County officials issued an alert Sunday night time, advising these that have been at the H-E-B Plus in Schertz near the corner of Interstate 35 and FM 3009 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, March 16, that they may have been uncovered to coronavirus.

“The chance of contracting the virus from these exposures is low, and isolation is now not required for anyone that does now not have symptoms,” reads a news release issued by Guadalupe County Purchase Kyle Kutscher.

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The warning came as the county reported its 2nd case of COVID-19. No details have been given about the age or sex of the patient.

“The individual is experiencing level-headed symptoms and is isolating at house,” the news release stated.

It’s now not known how the patient contracted the disease; that’s below investigation by the Texas Department of State Health Products and services, according to the county engage’s administrative heart.

The state agency also is helping county officials identify “any cessation contacts of the patient while sick so they can be isolated and monitored for symptoms and mercurial tested, if wished,” the news release stated.

On ExpressNews.com: Guadalupe County alerts area residents about imaginable exposure to coronavirus at Schertz grocery store

Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat and shortness of breath.

Folks that have been at the Schertz H-E-B Plus, 17460 IH 35 North, during the specified time period may serene monitor themselves intently for the symptoms until March 30, 14 days after the imaginable exposure, county officials said.

If a person who believes he or she was uncovered experiences symptoms and doesn’t want pressing medical attention, the person may serene call his or her healthcare supplier, the news release stated.

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