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The Department of Economic Development and Commerce (DDEC) building, on Roosevelt Avenue, will remain closed until further notice after a Employee will test positive for COVID-19, the agency reported in its Twitter account.
According to the publication, DDEC will work remotely while cleaning protocols are implemented at the facilities.
"The building of DDECPR located on Roosevelt Ave. will remain closed and we will work remotely while protocols are implemented to protect the health of our employees, upon confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the agency, "read the tweet. 
The building of @DDECPR located on Roosevelt Ave. will remain closed and we will work remotely while the protocols to protect the health of our employees are implemented, before the confirmation of a COVID-19 case in the agency.
– DDEC Puerto Rico (@DDECPR) July 19, 2020
The announcement is the most recent one issued by an agency, as several establishments have had to close due to cases like this.  Loading …
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