Transportation Security Administration officers at the airports in Orlando and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus, the agency said Sunday.
This brings the total to 22 TSA officers who have tested positive, according to TSA records.
The officer in Orlando is the fourth one to test positive there, according to the TSA, and most recently worked one week ago, in the morning and early afternoon of March 15.
Some context: The agency has previously reported three other cases at the Orlando airport. Those officers most recently worked March 16, March 11 and March 10.
A fifth security screening officer at JFK has tested positive for the coronavirus, TSA said Sunday.
The officer last worked overnight on Wednesday.
The other TSA screeners at JFK who tested positive worked their most recent shifts on March 15, 13 and 12.