Fresno County supervisors, staff, in quarantine following COVID-19 diagnosis

Coronavirus

FRESNO, California (KSEE) – All Fresno County supervisors, as well as all staff who work in the county’s Hall of Records building, are in quarantine Thursday following a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis from someone who works in that building, according to Supervisor Nathan Magsig.

The identity of the person who contracted COVID-19 is not being made public.

Supervisor Magsig says he will take a COVID-19 test on Friday. The status of the other four supervisors is unknown.

No other information was immediately available.

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