RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Days after announcing he would isolate after a member of his campaign team tested positive for COVID-19, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney has revealed his status.
In a Twitter post, Saturday, Nov. 11, Stoney said: “Just got my results back – I’ve tested negative for coronavirus, but I’ll continue to quarantine as recommended by the experts. This is a reminder to everyone – if you’re exposed, isolate, and once you isolate, get tested!”
On Monday, Nov. 9, Stoney announced that he would quarantine after a team member was exposed to the virus following interactions with Richmond Registrar’s Office staff.
“This should serve as a sobering reminder that the pandemic is still very real,” Stoney said Monday on Twitter.
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