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Lamont's chief of staff says staffer tests positive for COVID-19

Gov. Ned Lamont's Chief of Staff Paul Mounds announced Monday that a member of the governor's staff has tested positive for COVID-19.

News 12 Staff

Dec 28, 2020, 7:43 PM

Updated 1,269 days ago

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Lamont's chief of staff says staffer tests positive for COVID-19
Gov. Ned Lamont's Chief of Staff Paul Mounds announced Monday that a member of the governor's staff has tested positive for COVID-19.
He says that the staff member was in the office as recently as Dec. 23, but only interacted with Lamont while socially distanced and wearing a mask.
Mound says Lamont will not be self-quarantining.
“This is another sign that the virus continues to spread across our state, and we all must keep our guard up,” Mounds says.


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