An employee at First Adventure Daycare in Fayetteville, N.C. who wishes to remain anonymous says her job has remained opened since two children enrolled at the daycare tested positive for the coronavirus.
The employee tells The North Carolina Beat that the father of the two children informed the daycare that he tested positive for the virus on July 27, 2020, and that he was taking his two children to get tested.
The employee said after the father informed the daycare, the daycare director, Deborah Sledge informed all employees to check their own temperatures before entering and exiting the daycare.
They are putting myself and my child at risk by staying open and keeping this a secret, the employee said. I spoke to some of the staff and a couple of them have already emailed someone in higher authority.
The employee said that she doesn’t know the exact date the children tested positive for Covid-19 but the daycare was informed on August 11, 2020, that the children had tested positive.
The employee say she, her co-workers, and even other children may have been exposed and the daycare hasn’t taken any precautions to protect them or the children at the facility.