Willacy County official concerned about new trend: Whole families catching COVID-19
A Willacy County official recently noticed a disturbing trend: Entire families testing positive for COVID-19, including small children.
Willacy County Emergency Management Coordinator Frank Torres said he's concerned people who test positive for the virus aren't properly self-isolating. As a result, they infect family members.
Torres said it's important for people who test positive to talk with their doctors about how to self-isolate.
Ideally, the infected person should stay in one room and avoid contact with other family members for 10 to 14 days, Torres said.
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