Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn was quarantining Thursday after potentially being exposed to a staff member who reported testing positive for the coronavirus.
“Out of an abundance of caution to protect others, as well as in keeping with the L.A. County Public Health Department guidelines, the supervisor is quarantining,” spokeswoman Liz Odendahl told City News Service.
Odendahl said a member of Hahn’s staff recently reported testing positive for COVID-19, but a follow-up test came back negative. Hahn was also tested, and also tested negative, she said.
“Our staff is working from home and our offices are closed, but some have voluntarily gone into the office on occasion,” Odendahl said.
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