Zionsville employee tests positive for COVID-19


In the afternoon of April 29, Zionsville received notification that a town employee tested positive for COVID-19.

According to town officials, the employee left work the afternoon of April 27 after displaying symptoms of the disease. The employee was tested that day and has been under self-quarantine at home under the care of a physician since.

The Town has informed all employees in the department with whom this employee may have come in contact with and is providing testing to employees who may have worked in the same facility, according to a press release. This employee did not interact with members of the public in a professional capacity, according to town officials.

Since March 20, Zionsville has instituted enhanced cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting procedures through its contract cleaning service provider at all town facilities. As part of the Town’s COVID-19 policy, all town employees working in town facilities are required to wear a mask while at work. Town operations will continue as scheduled.


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