Tammy Murphy, the first lady of New Jersey, tests positive for COVID-19
Tammy Murphy, the first lady of New Jersey, tested positive for COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test on Sunday, according to the state.
Gov. Phil Murphy and the rest of the Murphy family has tested negative and will continue to test in the coming days.
According to a statement from the state:
“The Governor and First Lady tested themselves due to a recent known non-family contact in their home. Required procedures for reporting, case investigation, and contact tracing have been followed.”
Both the governor and the first lady are vaccinated and boosted.