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A Goshen city council member has tested positive for COVID-19

GOSHEN, Ind.— A Goshen city council member has tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson for the city said Friday.

Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman was notified on Thursday that a council member had tested positive for coronavirus, the city said in a press release.

The council member is now isolated at home and is monitoring symptoms.

The mayor and his staff then began contacting all other council and board members, as well as any staff that have recently attended public meetings with the council member.

According to the city, the last public meetings that the council member attended were on Tuesday, March 17. They attended the Plan Commission and City Council meetings that day.

If members of the public were at either of those meetings and have concerns about possible exposure, they can call Goshen City Hall at 533-8621.

The city began streaming meetings on March 24 to limit chances of exposure to the virus.

For more information about Goshen’s response to the coronavirus, visit the city’s website.

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