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Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Tests Negative for Coronavirus

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Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price announced Tuesday evening that she tested negative for coronavirus.

On Monday, Price said she was self-isolating at home with her husband after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.

The City of Fort Worth later confirmed that an unidentified member of the team working at the Joint Emergency Operations Center tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning.

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Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price joined NBC 5 Today to talk about what it was like getting tested for the coronavirus and discussed the city’s next steps forward in fighting COVID-19.

After receiving the negative test results Tuesday, Price said she and her husband will continue to self-isolate at home and track any symptoms.

Another city employee, however, tested positive on Tuesday and is self-isolating at home. The person's identity was not released.

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price announced Monday that she is self-isolating at home with her husband after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
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