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American inventor and businessman Thomas Edison (1847 - 1931) with an Edison Standard Phonograph, at his lab in West Orange, New Jersey, 1906. The Edison Standard Phonograph, a wax cylinder player, shown here with its sound horn supported on a tripod, was produced between 1898 and 1913. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Two employees of the Edison Home in Fort Myers that have tested positive for Covid-19 are back to work after recovering from the virus.

President and CEO Mike Flanders has confirmed this but chose not to tell the public because these two employees had little to no contact with the tourists that frequent there.

Ever since May 15th, the home has set up a wellness station where employees have their temperatures checked and are screened for Covid-19.

Around this time of year, anywhere between 300-400 people visit the home. That number for this year is only around 25% of that.