On Wednesday, March 11, six Keizer Fire District personnel (five paramedics and one volunteer) were self-quarantining at their homes after caring for and transporting a patient that later tested positive for COVID-19.
The plan was to originally have to have the group remain at home for 14 days on the advice of the Marion County health department. But as of Friday, March 13, four of the six were able to end their quarantine . . .