PENSACOLA, Fla (WKRG) – Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson held a virtual press conference Monday morning where he spoke about his son’s Coronavirus diagnosis and how the family is doing.
Robinson has tested negative for COVID-19 but will continue to self isolate until he can take another test. He says his son is doing better.
“We are on day four at the Robinson house of being quarantined,” Robinson said. “He is doing fine and recovering. He’s young so he will be fine.”
As a precaution, city hall was deep cleaned and sanitized over the weekend. While in quarantine, Robinson says he will continue to do his duties from home. Mayor Robinson says he’s following city policy by not coming right back to work.
“City policy is, you need 14 days,” Robinson said. “I am continuing to quarantine with my family and I’m looking to take a test later this week just to be sure I’m all good and I don’t come back to city hall and contaminate anything.”
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