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BALLOT THERE IN NORMAN. JESSICA: THE CITY MANAGER FOR OKLAHOMA CITY TESTING POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. ABOUT JI GAIL: EVANS ON TO WITH THE DETAILS. EVAN: CRAIG FREEMAN NOW IN QUARANTINE AFTER TESTING POSITIVE. HE SAYS HE WAS HAVING ALLERGY-LIKE SYMPTOMS. OVER THE WEEKEND HE LOST HIS SENSE OF TASTE. HE HAD TESTED POSITIVE. FREEMAN SENDING THIS WORD OF WARNING. HE SAYS PLEASE WEAR A MASK AND THE WORST PART ABOUT THIS IS IF I PASSED CORONAVIRUS ON THE TO OTHERS. SEVERAL STAFF MEMBERS AT CITY HALL ARE WORKING GET TESTED THEMSELVES. FREEMAN SAYS HE D

Oklahoma City Manager Craig Freeman tests positive for COVID-19

Oklahoma City Manager Craig Freeman is in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19, city officials announced Monday. Freeman got tested after experiencing allergy-like symptoms, headache and fatigue, and losing his sense of taste over the weekend. He was notified Sunday that he tested positive for the virus, officials said. With mild symptoms, city officials said Freeman is continuing to work from home while in quarantine and will consult with his physician as necessary.“COVID-19 presents a real threat to everyone,” said Freeman. “Please wear a mask and take the virus seriously. The worst part about this is not knowing if I passed coronavirus on to others.”Officials said they have a screening, testing and contact tracing program for city employees, which Freeman used for the test. City Hall staff members who recently came into contact with Freeman for more than 15 minutes plan to get tested. Others who came into contact with Freeman have also been notified. Freeman said he does not know where he contracted the virus.

OKLAHOMA CITY —

Oklahoma City Manager Craig Freeman is in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19, city officials announced Monday.

Freeman got tested after experiencing allergy-like symptoms, headache and fatigue, and losing his sense of taste over the weekend. He was notified Sunday that he tested positive for the virus, officials said.

With mild symptoms, city officials said Freeman is continuing to work from home while in quarantine and will consult with his physician as necessary.

“COVID-19 presents a real threat to everyone,” said Freeman. “Please wear a mask and take the virus seriously. The worst part about this is not knowing if I passed coronavirus on to others.”

Officials said they have a screening, testing and contact tracing program for city employees, which Freeman used for the test. City Hall staff members who recently came into contact with Freeman for more than 15 minutes plan to get tested. Others who came into contact with Freeman have also been notified.

Freeman said he does not know where he contracted the virus.

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