Kentucky governor to quarantine
FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky governor said Sunday that he will be quarantined after a member of his security service who drove with his family the day before tested positive for COVID-19.
Democratic Governor Andy Beshear said he and his family are feeling fine and are not showing any coronavirus symptoms. Beshear's wife and her two children are also being quarantined.
Beshear's family are regularly tested for the virus, his office said. The governor and his wife, First Lady Britainy Beshear, were last tested on Thursday, said Beshear spokeswoman Crystal Staley.
In a social media video posted on Sunday, Beshear said he pledged to set an example through quarantine after receiving a call from a contact tracer to alert his family to the potential threat.
"So we do what these tracers ask of us and others," he said. "We will be quarantined until the (state) health ministry determines that we have done what we need."
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8 fully vaccinated Mainers have died from COVID-19. Vaccines still prevent more deaths.
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