A California Senator confirmed on Twitter Monday that she’s positive result, after she was “mask on mask” effect on someone with a coronavirus.
Sacramento, CA. — Building California state Capitol closes for deep cleaning and cleaning after at least five people, including a southern California legislator, positive for coronavirus.
Autumn is Deputy Burke (D-Marina Del Rey) announced Monday morning on Twitter that her “mask on mask” infected with coronavirus on June 26, when members and staff worked in the building to pass a state budget.
Burke said she had been warned of the exposition on July 3 and was tested the next day. The Deputy noted that she received a positive test on Saturday.
“Currently, my daughter and I have no symptoms but remains in quarantine until released by a doctor,” said Burke on Twitter. “Thank you to everyone who reached out with kind wishes. We are fine, but this is extremely important to stay safe, be healthy and stay vigilant.”
The wearing of masks significantly reduces the risk of infecting others with COVID-19, but only if the person is properly worn, according to the Centers for control and prevention of diseases.
Katie Talbot, the press-Secretary of the speaker of the Assembly Anthony Rendon (D-Lakewood) said that four people tested positive for the virus, but could not confirm if other employees or legislators.
Both chambers of the state legislature on summer vacation, but is expected back on July 13.
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