Wake Forest firefighter tests positive for COVID-19


A Wake Forest firefighter assigned to Fire Station #2, 9925 Ligon Mill Road, has tested positive for COVID-19. Out of an abundance of caution, Station #2 is closed until further notice, so the facility can be professionally cleaned and sanitized. In addition, all the firefighters at the facility have been sent home and told to self-isolate.

According to Fire Chief Ron Early, the department is performing contract tracing to determine whether others may have been exposed. 

There will be no interruption to fire services in Wake Forest as a result of the positive coronavirus case.

For more information, contact Fire Chief Ron Early at rearly@wakeforestnc.gov.

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