Sullivan County officials warn of possible COVID-19 exposure at local church, treasurer’s office

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SULLIVAN Co., Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The Sullivan County Health Department is warning of another possible COVID-19 exposure.

They said anyone who went to church service at the Abundant Grace House of Prayer on July 26 or August 2 may have been exposed to COVID-19.

In addition, anyone who went to a revival at the same church from July 26 through the 29 may also be at-risk of exposure.

Anyone this applies to is asked to monitor symptoms for 14 days.

The Sullivan County treasurer is also warning of possible COVID-19 exposure after she tested positive for the virus.

She said anyone who conducted business with her between August 3 and August 6 is advised to see a healthcare provider if they are showing symptoms.

Those who work at the treasurer’s office will be remote.

Business can be done online or by phone.

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