Redstone’s third case of COVID-19 was confirmed Friday.
The employee works for Army Contracting Command-Redstone and is a resident of Madison County.
The employee’s last day at work was March 17, according to officials.
All personnel who work on the first floor of building 5303 of the Sparkman Complex were directed to go home and self-quarantine.
ACC-Redstone employees, except those who are deemed mission essential, are teleworking.
A deep cleaning of the first floor of the building was done Saturday, and normal business operations for mission essential employees resumed Monday.
“The health and welfare of the workforce and their families remains as my number one priority,” Maj. Gen. Paul Pardew, commander of Army Contracting Command, said.
Arsenal leaders said they will continue to work closely with our interagency partners to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on our workforce, our families and the Tennessee Valley community.
All employees are encouraged to keep in contact with their direct supervisory chain and leadership for information updates specific to their organization. If the status of the installation changes, we will notify the workforce through direct communication, the Redstone Rocket, Team Redstone social media and websites, the Redstone Explorer App and other local media.
The case is being included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Alabama Department of Public Health consolidated statewide reporting.