HOUSTON Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced that she self-quarantined after being potentially exposed to COVID-19 last week.
The show came on Monday from a member of the Harris County Judge’s office, who tested positive and has now self-isolated.
Hidalgo and potentially exposed staff will be tested and self-quarantined for 14 days from the show until Monday 6 July, following CDC guidelines. Hidalgo did not show any symptoms.
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Hidalgo will virtually continue its functions and normal county operations will continue without interruption.
County Commissioner of Harris Precinct 2 Adrian Garcia said he spoke to Hidalgo on Sunday and seemed to be in a good mood.
“I urged her to get some rest, but I know her well and she’s not resting, she’s working,” said Garcia.
Garcia said Hidalgo contacted him to let him know of his possible exposure out of courtesy as he was with her on Monday, the same day she was probably exposed.
“That’s why everything in this pandemic is real. It is serious and we must pay attention to any advice that scientists, doctors and our county judge are asking us to take, “said Garcia.
Hidalgo said his staff has already followed the work from home protocols. The limited staff who work from the office has constantly worn masks in the workplace and has maintained social estrangement practices.
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