SACRAMENTO – Despite testing negative, California Gov. Gavin Newsom will enter a 10-day isolate after a staff part he had been in contact with tried positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, a representative for the Governor’s Office affirmed.
A couple of other staff individuals were additionally in contact with the representative. Newsom and staff will keep on being tried throughout the following not many days, the representative said.
Another staff part tried positive for the infection on Friday. A Governor’s Office representative said just a single other worker had come into contact with that individual and contact following endeavors were being made to recognize other people who may have been uncovered.
No additional data was delivered with respect to the circumstance.
As of Sunday, California crept nearer to the 1.9 million case mark since the beginning of the pandemic. More than 22,600 COVID-related passings have been accounted for, as per information from Johns Hopkins University.