SACRAMENTO, Calif. - One of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s children may have been exposed to the coronavirus at school and is in quarantine.
The child began a 14-day quarantine “from the date of exposure” after the family was told a classmate at the private school had tested positive for the coronavirus, spokesman Nathan Click said in an emailed statement Friday.
The rest of the governor’s family is not quarantining because they weren’t directly exposed. The governor, his wife, and all four of their children have tested negative for the virus, Click says.
Newsom had a rapid test this week that was negative and will get a regular test this weekend.