TSA: 14 agents nationwide test positive for COVID-19


MIAMI, FLORIDA – MAY 21: A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent’s patch is seen as she helps travelers place their bags through the 3-D scanner at the Miami International Airport on May 21, 2019 in Miami, Florida. TSA has begun using the new 3-D computed tomography (CT) scanner in a checkpoint lane to detect explosives and other prohibited items that may be inside carry-on bags. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The Transportation Security Administration says 14 of its agents have tested positive for coronavirus.

There are two cases in Atlanta, three in JFK Airport in New York, one in Cleveland, one in Newark, four in San Jose, two in Fort Lauderdale, and one in Orlando. There are no confirmed cases at the Richmond Airport.

The TSA says if you think you may have been in contact with any of the employees, you should contact your doctor.

You can read more about the agents who tested positive here.

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