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A Lockheed Martin employee in Sunnyvale has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.A Lockheed Martin employee in Sunnyvale has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Lockheed Martin employee in Sunnyvale tests positive for coronavirus | KRON4

Live Bay Area coronavirus updates: Lockheed Martin employee in Sunnyvale tests positive

Five Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officers who performed CPR on a 72-year-old man, who later died during an emergency call on Thursday, are not being tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19), officials said. Five Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officers who performed CPR on a 72-year-old man, who later died during an emergency call on Thursday, are not being tested for the coronavirus (COVID-19), officials said. 

“Earlier today our officers performed CPR on a 72-year-old patient who was unconscious and not breathing. Unfortunately, the patient didn’t survive. It was later learned the patient had recently been on a cruise with two passengers were suspected of having COVID19.”

Sunnyvale DPS on Twitter: "Earlier today our officers performed CPR on a 72-year-old patient who was unconscious and not breathing. Unfortunately, the patient didn’t survive. It was later learned the patient had recently been on a cruise with two passengers were suspected of having COVID19."

“News conference from Sunnyvale on our air now. Discussing the death of a resident there who had been on a cruise in which other passengers may have had #coronavirus #BreakingNews”

Ama Daetz on Twitter: "News conference from Sunnyvale on our air now. Discussing the death of a resident there who had been on a cruise in which other passengers may have had #coronavirus #BreakingNews"

The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety said a 72-year-old patient who was recently on a cruise ship with passengers suspected of having coronavirus died...The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety said a 72-year-old patient who was recently on a cruise ship with passengers suspected of having coronavirus died Thursday.

Patient on Cruise With Passengers Suspected of Having Coronavirus Dies: Sunnyvale DPS – NBC Bay Area

“Earlier today our officers performed CPR on a 72-year-old patient who was unconscious and not breathing. Unfortunately, the patient didn’t survive. It was later learned the patient had recently been on a cruise with two passengers were suspected of having COVID19.”

Sunnyvale DPS on Twitter: "Earlier today our officers performed CPR on a 72-year-old patient who was unconscious and not breathing. Unfortunately, the patient didn’t survive. It was later learned the patient had recently been on a cruise with two passengers were suspected of having COVID19."

Patient With Suspected Coronavirus Contact Dies - Los Gatos, CA - The patient had been aboard a cruise ship with two passengers suspected of being infected with the virus.The patient had been aboard a cruise ship with two passengers suspected of being infected with the virus.

Sunnyvale Patient With Suspected Coronavirus Contact Dies: Report | Los Gatos, CA Patch

Seven Sunnyvale public safety officers are self-isolating in their homes after performing CPR on a 72-year-old man who was on the Grand Princess cruise to Mexico with passengers who were subsequently diagnosed with COVID-19. <p>Seven Sunnyvale public safety officers are self-isolating in their homes after performing CPR on a 72-year-old man who was on the Grand Princess cruise to Mexico with passengers who were subsequently diagnosed with COVID-19.</p>

Seven Sunnyvale public safety officers sent home after contact with former cruise passenger - SFChronicle.com

Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officers on Thursday gave CPR to a man they later learned had been on a cruise with two people suspected of having COVID-19, authorities said.Authorities say CPR was given to a man who was recently on a cruise with others suspected of having COVID-19

Sunnyvale officers possibly exposed to coronavirus

A 72-year-old Sunnyvale patient who was on a cruise ship with two passengers suspected of having the novel coronavirus died Thursday, officials said.A 72-year-old Sunnyvale patient who was on a cruise ship with two passengers suspected of having the novel coronavirus died Thursday, officials said.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Bay Area patient tied to cruise ship with virus cases dies

Police in Sunnyvale on Thursday announced the death of a 72-year-old man who was later determined to have traveled on the same cruise ship with passengers suspected of having the coronavirus.Police in Sunnyvale on Thursday announced the death of a 72-year-old man who was later determined to have traveled on the same cruise ship with passengers suspected of having the coronavirus.

Man Who Was On Cruise Ship With Coronavirus Patients Dies In Sunnyvale – CBS San Francisco

The unidentified man died in Sunnyvale, California, on Thursday. Officials later learned that he had recently been on a cruise with two passenger suspected of having coronavirus.The unidentified man died in Sunnyvale, California, on Thursday. Officials later learned that he had recently been on a cruise with two passenger suspected of having coronavirus.

Man dies after recently returning from cruise with two passengers suspected of having coronavirus | Daily Mail Online

Authorities say CPR was given to a man who was recently on a cruise with others suspected of having COVID-19

Sunnyvale officers possibly exposed to coronavirus while giving CPR to dying man – East Bay Times