LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department each reported two new cases of COVID-19 Thursday.

As of April 2, there are 35 LAPD employees and 10 LAFD employees that have tested positive for the virus.

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“The Department has strict protocols for any employee who experiences symptoms of the virus,” LAPD said in a previous release. “They are instructed to go home and their workspaces are sanitized.”

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One LAPD employee has recovered and returned to full duty, two individuals are hospitalized, and all other individuals are self-isolating at home and recovering.

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Two LAFD employees have recovered and returned to duty. One employee is currently hospitalized and being treated.  The remaining seven employees are recovering at home.