John Locher / Associated Press
The second construction worker helped finish Las Vegas Robber‘Allegiant Stadium has tested positive for the corona virus after falling ill Thursday.
The most recent confirmed case comes almost two weeks after the first example recorded from someone on a work site who signed COVID-19. Both individuals have been instructed not to return to work until they are medically cleansed to do so after self-isolation, according to Mick Akers from Review of Las Vegas Journal.
Mortenson-McCarthy, a company hired to oversee the construction of the Allegiant Stadium, has previously announced social distance guidelines for its employees that include improving sanitation stations throughout the site, small groups working together at one time, when the shift starts to stagger and directing employees who feel sick staying at home. In addition, workers have been verbally screened before each shift, and the company has implemented a coronavirus compliance team to ensure all “state, local and national laws and recommendations are complied with.”
According to the release received by Akers, the second infected worker was not in close contact with other employees.
“The area where workers have been assigned, and surrounding areas, immediately closed and sanitized. Work continues in other areas of the project that remain unaffected,” the release.
The $ 1.8 billion stadium will be opened in August and will be used by the UNLV Rebels soccer team in addition to the Raiders.
As of Wednesday night, the state of Nevada had 2,318 confirmed COVID-19 cases that had resulted in 72 deaths, according to CNN. calculate.
The Raiders recently was announced a $ 1 million contribution to help countries fight pathogens as teams and leagues around the world continue to provide support during the pandemic.
Until now, The NFL the schedule remains intact with the league expected to begin Sunday 1 in early September.
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