As of the afternoon of April 6, the list of infected includes seven Fire Marshal's Office employees and four League City police officers.
However, several of those who previously tested positive have been cleared of the coronavirus and returned to work today. Additionally, another 10 tests among League City Police Department employees came back negative, and those employees will soon return to work as well, Osborne said.
Fire Chief Gary Warren, whose office is adjacent to the Fire Marshal's Office, was quarantined as a precaution. His test came back negative, and he is back at work, Osborne wrote.
The city revealed March 30 that eight employees—seven from the League City Fire Marshal's Office and one from the League City Police Department—had tested positive for the coronavirus. By April 1, that number had grown to a total of 10: seven Fire Marshal's Office employees and three police officers.
As of April 5, there have been a total of 240 coronavirus cases in Galveston County, 66 of whom are League City residents. Another 94 have come from Texas City, including 68 cases related to The Resort at Texas City, a nursing home.
Of the 240 cases, 22 are hospitalized, 161 are self-quarantined, 56 have recovered and one has died.
This story was updated at 3:20 p.m. April 6 with information about an additional positive case.