A day after county officials let everyone know a person with coronavirus was working at a Binghamton nail salon, they now making everyone aware of another possible exposure point.

A person who tested positive for COVID-19 had visited the Vestal Farmers' Market on June 27, a spokesperson for Broome County Executive Jason Garnar said in a release.

The person in question was at the farmers' market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 27, the release said. Anyone who was at the farmers' market during that time is asked to self-quarantine until July 11, which is the standard two weeks after June 27.

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Anyone who experiences symptoms, which include a cough, shortness of breath, and fatigue, is advised to get in contact with their healthcare provider.

On Friday, the county announced that an employee at Lee's Nail Salon on West State Street had tested positive, and that anyone who had been at the salon between June 28 an July 3 should self-isolate.

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