(KTXL) — Gov. Gavin Newsom tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.
He is reportedly exhibiting mild symptoms, and he will self-isolate while working from home for at least five days.
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His office said he will be joining Attorney General Rob Bonta and other state leaders virtually to make a “major announcement” on Thursday.
Newsom is also slated to begin a statewide tour beginning March 16 instead of delivering a State of the State address. For four days, he would make different stops to present new policy initiatives on issues like homelessness and housing.
The locations he will make a stop at have not yet been announced.