Sisolak, a Democrat, received a positive result from a quick test and is awaiting the results of a diagnostic PCR test, his office said. Earlier this week he admitted he was tired, but the release said, but he said “this is due to the schedule he requested.” He did not experience any other symptoms.
“It is important for me to report my positive COVID-19 test results to Nevadans as soon as possible. I have not currently experienced any COVID-19 symptoms and have returned to my home to begin the process of isolation and isolation,” Sisolak said in the release.
His office said Sissolak received negative test results on November 2 and 6, just before the test on Friday.
Sisolak was last seen at his Capitol office in Carson on Thursday, the report said.
“With great caution, all staff at the Carson City office moved from the home position to work,” his office said. “Any employees who are deemed to have close contacts through the contact monitoring process will be in full-time isolation in accordance with CDC guidelines and must obtain a negative test result before returning to the office at the end of their full isolation period.”
All future public events of the Governor have been canceled.