Gottheimer Statement on Negative COVID-19 Test Result

Mar 28, 2020
Press
On Saturday, March 28, 2020, Congressman Gottheimer learned that he tested negative for COVID-19.  The Congressman has been working from home over the last week, ever since he was informed of exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. 
It is vital that everyone in North Jersey continues to take the proper precautions to combat the spread of the coronavirus, including self-quarantine and social distancing. If you have any questions regarding the COVID-19, or if you are looking for resources to combat the outbreak and its impact on our community, please reach out to the Congressman at his office in Glen Rock at (201) 389-1100, his office in Newton at (973) 940-1117, at coronavirusNJ5@mail.house.gov, or online at gottheimer.house.gov
 
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