Yonkers City Hall employee tests positive for coronavirus

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A person who works in Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano's communications office at City Hall has tested positive for coronavirus.

Officials say the employee has not been at Yonkers City Hall since March 6 and is recovering at home.

Several employees who worked in close proximity of the person will be in self-quarantine until March 20 as a precaution.

Spano is not in quarantine.

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