Hillsborough County superintendent to self-quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19

Addison Davis, superintendent of Hillsborough County announced he will self-quarantine evening after being exposed to COVID-19.

Davis made the announcement on Twitter Sunday evening.

The superintendent said he was notified to self-quarantine because he was exposed to an individual who tested positive for the virus.

In the tweet, Davis said he tested negative on a rapid test and a laboratory test in the past 24 hours. He went on to say that he will follow the locally established protocol and will quarantine for 14 days from the last time he was around the COVID-19 positive individual. 

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Davis says he will be working remotely while in quarantine. 

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