Public Health: We’re here to help if employee has COVID-19

Dr. Michael Dohn, Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County. FILE

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Dr. Michael Dohn, Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County. FILE

Montgomery County essential businesses should feel free to reach out to public health officials to get help and ask questions if an employee tests positive for COVID-19.

“Give us a call if it’s a situation where you need somebody to talk to about how do you go about telling the other employees,” said Dr. Michael Dohn, medical director at Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County.

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Dohn said they can help the business, and public health officials can talk to HR or public information officers and help with talking to other employees who may have been exposed.

“Don’t hesitate to give us a call. We want to make sure that especially our essential businesses are able to cope with this and keep going and not have a situation where you have one person that’s sick and then have another person that’s sick and then somehow it spreads before we know about it and catch it,” Dohn said.

The local COVID-19 call center can be reached at 937-225-6217.

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