GLEN BURNIE, MD. (WJZ) — Two more employees at the Motor Vehicle Administration branch in Glen Burnie have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to four employees recently.

The earlier two tested positive last week, one after working in the building on July 10.

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The two employees tested positive after working in the annex building on July 13 and 14, the Maryland Department of Transportation said Tuesday morning.

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All of the employees are in self-quarantine as they recover, and contact tracing is underway to determine who they might have been in contact with.

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“In order to protect employees and staff, MDOT MVA completed a thorough cleaning and disinfecting of the areas the employees may have been in contact with in accordance with CDC standards,” they said.

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