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- Mayor Ron Nirenberg helps hand out sanitizer to small businesses during an event this summer.
Nirenberg said he will continue to self-quarantine for two weeks to adhere to public health guidelines.
Nirenberg revealed that he came into contact with the person on Saturday and that the exposure was "brief." The mayor was wearing a mask at the time and learned about the potential exposure on Tuesday morning.
I just heard that my test was negative. I will remain quarantined, per public health guidance.— Mayor Ron | Wear a mask! 😷 (@Ron_Nirenberg) November 11, 2020
Please remember that there are San Antonians fighting this disease as you read this. Honor them, those we've lost & their families by taking every precaution as cases rise.
Thank you. https://t.co/IY1W3fDGqG
Nirenberg's potential exposure came less than a week after Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff also entered self-quarantine following contact with a county employee who tested positive for COVID-19. The judge's test also came back negative.
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