Building at Fort Campbell, KY closed at this time due to possible COVID-19 exposure

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FORT CAMPBELL, KY (WATE) — Officials with Fort Campbell, Kentucky, are wanting people to be aware of possible COVID-19 exposure.

The U.S. Army base posted on social media that the ID CARD/Deers section of human resources at the Soldier Center is closed to due to possible COVID-19 exposure.

Anyone who recently visited the facility is asked to take preventative measures, including self-isolation.

You can follow updates from the Army base HERE

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