AIKEN (WFXG) - Savannah River Site officials say they now have 545 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 508 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Oct. 2.

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Savannah River Site officials say they now have 528 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 498 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Sept. 25.

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Savannah River Site officials say they now have 456 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 413 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Sept. 4.

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Savannah River Site officials say they now have 438 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 354 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Aug. 28.

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Savannah River Site officials say they now have 368 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 245 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Aug. 14.

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(Aug. 7)  Savannah River Site officials say they now have 302 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Officials say 185 of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of Aug. 7.

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(July 31) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 230 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. One hundred and forty-one of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of July 31.

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(July 10) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 87 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Fifty-three of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of July 10.

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(July 6) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 70 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Forty-five of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of July 6.

Officials say one SRS team member has died due to COVID-19. 

The email below was sent to SRS' workforce on Monday July 6. 

 

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(June 26) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 52 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirty-seven of those employees have recovered and returned to work as of June 26.

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Savannah River Site officials say they now have 32 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Twenty-three of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(June 8) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 25 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Nineteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(May 29) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 22 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(May 28) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 20 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(May 27) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 19 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(May 21) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 15 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(May 18) Savannah River Site officials say they now have 14 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Thirteen of those employees have recovered and returned to work.

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(Apr. 30) According to officials at the Savannah River Site there are now 13 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Nine of those employees have recovered and returned to work. 

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According to officials at the Savannah River Site there are now 11 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. 

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According to officials at the Savannah River Site there are now 10 confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Six of those employees have recovered and returned to work. 

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(APRIL 16) - According to officials at the Savannah River Site there are now eight confirmed COVID-19 positive cases at the site. Four of those employees have recovered and returned to work. 

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(APRIL 15) - Officials from Savannah River Site confirm that there are now six confirmed cases of COVID-19. Three employees have recovered and returned to work while three other employees are being monitored as into when they will return to work. 

The company says the health of safety of workers remains their top priority in addition to preventive measures like social distancing, personal hygiene, and no-touch bag checks. They have also added: 

•       professional chemical cleaning of common workspaces once a week and on an as-needed basis,
•       disinfection of control room stations between shifts,
•       temperature checks for employees prior to reporting to a control room,
•       use of cloth masks if unable to maintain social distancing,
•       sanitizer by the gallons for use across the Site,
•       clear/plexiglass barriers at close interaction points like the badge office, medical and the IT help desk, and
•       different methods such as computer-based training and challenge exams to meet some training requirements

The company says they will continue to provide updates as circumstances warrant.

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(APRIL 8) Officials from Savannah River Site confirm that as of 5 p.m. on April 8, there are five employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 on their site.

No other details have been made available at this time.

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(APRIL 7) Officials from Savannah River Site confirm that as of Apr. 6 there are now 4 employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 on their site.

Details are limited, stick with FOX 54 as we work to obtain more information. 

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(APRIL 1 ) Savannah River Site officials confirm a second employee has tested positive for  COVID-19 on the site. 

The first case was confirmed last week. The site says it's currently monitoring  124 cases with 52 employees symptomatic and 72 asymptomatic. 

Per the initial Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance, employees that were deemed to be in close contact to a COVID-19 symptomatic case were asked to self-quarantine at home and to monitor their health for potential symptoms.

As of Tuesday, 34 employees have been cleared to come back to work after self-quarantining at home. 

The Status of COVID-19 Testing at SRS are as follows: 

- Tested: 24

- Confirmed: 2 

- Negative: 14 

- Pending: 8

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