NJ Health Commissioner Persichilli self-quarantines after employee tests positive for coronavirus

New Jersey State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli is self-quarantining after being exposed to the coronavirus.

News 12 Staff

Nov 29, 2020, 12:04 PM

Updated 1,294 days ago

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New Jersey State Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli is self-quarantining after being exposed to the coronavirus.
A staff member in Persichilli's office recently tested positive for the virus.
The health commissioner will not attend in-person briefings as per Center for Disease and Control guidance.
She will work from home through Dec. 8.


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