Dayton rec center closed after worker tests positive for coronavirus
FILE - This 2020 electron microscope image made available by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases shows a Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 particle isolated from a patient, in a laboratory in Fort Detrick, Md. Coronaviruses, including the newest one, are named for the spikes that cover their outer surface like a crown, or corona in Latin. Using those club-shaped spikes, the virus latches on to the outer wall of a human cell, invades it and replicates, creating viruses to hijack more cells. (NIAID/NIH via AP)
The City of Dayton has contacted all staff and others who may have had contact with the worker. Staff are quarantining at home for two weeks as part of the city’s policy. Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County are handling contact tracing.
Patrons can use recreation activity passes at the Greater Dayton Recreation Center on West Third Street and the Lohrey Recreation Center on Glenarm Avenue.