A city of Lake Ozark employee has tested positive for COVID 19.
Officials say as a precaution, city employees are now required to wear masks for the next 21 days while at work or on duty.
Offices will remain open, but anyone entering the building will also be required to wear a mask.
Right now, the lake has a total of 138 active cases out of 866 total. So far, 692 people have recovered from the virus and there remain 11 deaths.
See the full rundown on COVID Cases at the Lake here: COVID AT THE LAKE
For Immediate Release
City of Lake Ozark
A City of Lake Ozark employee has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Miller County Health Center has been contacted and is investigating.
As a precaution, City of Lake Ozark and LOPD employees are required to wear masks for a 21-day period effective immediately while at work or on duty to reduce the chance the coronavirus will spread.
The City Hall and LOPD offices will remain open, but anyone entering the building is required to wear a mask for safety reasons until further notice.