ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Officials announced Wednesday that Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley was cleared after an individual he came in contact with tested negative for COVID-19.
Buckley had restricted his personal movements since Monday when he was informed that he may have had contact with a person who was being tested for coronavirus.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Baltimore Could See A High Of 90 Degrees On Memorial Day
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The mayor conducted business from his home while awaiting the results from the individual whom he was exposed to.READ MORE: Two Teenagers Shot, One Killed, At Inner Harbor During Memorial Day Weekend, Police Say
Buckley never had any symptoms of the coronavirus and never got tested himself.
He will resume some public appearances but will continue to maintain social distancing and other CDC recommended preventative measures.MORE NEWS: Baltimore City And Surrounding Communities Experiencing High Community Transmission Of COVID-19