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Prince George’s County Teacher Tests Positive for COVID-19: Family Waited 7 Days for Results

Eight days after being tested for the coronavirus, Jason Flanagan’s wife and mother finally got the results everyone was waiting for.

The 39-year-old Prince George’s County high school teacher, who has been in the intensive care unit at Frederick Memorial Hospital since Tuesday, tested positive.

Prince George’s County Teacher Tests Positive for COVID-19: Family Waited 7 Days for Results

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Eight days after being tested for the coronavirus, Jason Flanagan’s wife and mother finally got the results everyone was waiting for.

The 39-year-old Prince George’s County high school teacher, who has been in the intensive care unit at Frederick Memorial Hospital since Tuesday, tested positive.

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