According to the department of health, the employee was last in the office on Tuesday and is currently isolating at home.READ MORE: Broadway League Says Vaccine Mandate For Children Under 12 Will Take Effect Dec. 14
Persichilli and other staff members who work in the commissioner’s office in Trenton will work from home and quarantine through Dec. 8. Persichilli will not be participating in in-person press conferences during this time.
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The department of health says contact tracing is being done to identify anyone who may have come into contact with the employee who tested positive.
The commissioner’s office was closed and cleaned Saturday.MORE NEWS: Innovative Gift Card Program With Cash Bonus Aims to Assist Newark Businesses
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