San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced she has tested negative for COVID-19 after she was possibly exposed by someone who knew they tested positive for the virus and attended one of her events.
UPDATE: San Francisco Mayor London Breed has tested negative for COVID-19, she announced today. She said yesterday she had been tested after potentially being exposed to a person with the coronavirus at a recent event.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has announced she recently attended an event that was also attended by someone "who was aware that they had tested positive for COVID-19."
San Francisco Mayor London Breed says she will be limiting public events for the next 10 days
CNN will host a town hall on racial inequality and COVID-19 Sunday at 9 p.m. ET featuring: • Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington, DC • Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms of Atlanta • Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago • Mayor London Breed of San Francisco
At swearing-in ceremony, new San Francisco Mayor London Breed, a strong advocate of the city's sanctuary policies, said she had a message for the president: "In San Francisco we don't put children in cages, we put them in the classrooms."