Salem (NH) Firefighters Quarantined After Possible Exposure to COVID-19

Seven Salem firefighters were in quarantine because they might have been exposed to COVID-19, reports WMUR 9.

Four of the firefighters have been cleared to return to work after tests came back negative. Three others are still self-isolating.

The fire chief, who is also the town’s director of emergency management, said crews have been on 34 calls where firefighters could have been exposed to COVID-19. He said that firefighters “just weren’t able to maintain that physical distancing right off and get their protective equipment put in place.”

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