The West Fargo Fire Department’s central station at 106 first St, will be closed for two weeks because an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.

According to a release from the city, it will not impact emergency service response within the City of West Fargo. The Fire Stations have been closed to the public since last month after Cass County moved to the orange risk level.

Those who were in close contact with the individual include the Chief, office manager and all of the risk reduction division. They will continue to work remotely.

“I want to urge residents of West Fargo to remember to wear a face covering, wash your hands, sanitize and social distance,” said Fire Chief Dan Fuller in a release.

No residents were exposed.