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Hillsborough superintendent in quarantine after coronavirus exposure

Addison Davis said on Twitter that he has tested negative twice but will remain in quarantine for two weeks after his last contact with the infected person.

Hillsborough County Public Schools Superintendent Addison Davis is in quarantine after a person he was in contact with tested positive for COVID-19, he said Sunday evening on Twitter.

Davis, who’s in his first full year as Hillsborough superintendent, said he’s received two negative test results in the past day, “but will follow our locally established protocol just as we ask our students and staff to do, and will quarantine for 14 days from the last time I was around the individual.”

Davis will continue to work remotely throughout his quarantine period, he said.

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