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SAN DIEGO — Two workers at San Diego International Airport have tested positive for coronavirus, officials announced Tuesday.

One of those workers is an employee with Southwest Airlines who worked in Terminal 1 tested positive. That individual was last at work on March 20.

A TSA screening officer also tested positive. That employee, who worked at security checkpoint 6 from 2 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., has not been at work since March 24. TSA employees who shared a shift with that person and may have come in contact with them over the last 14 days have been notified. Any travelers who believe they may have come in contact with the officer and are concerned about their health were encouraged to reach out to their doctor.