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It wasn’t immediately clear when Shea tested positive.
The NYPD is also testing staff that works around him.
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Police Commissioner @NYPDShea has tested positive for COVID. He’s doing well. He’s in touch with his executive staff on a regular basis. He’s staying home and he is running the Police Department remotely.READ MORE: G-7 Leaders Call For New Investigation Into COVID-19's Origins
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) January 8, 2021
In a tweet, the NYPD said the commissioner is “doing well.”
“He’s in touch with his executive staff on a regular basis. He’s staying home and he is running the Police Department remotely,” the NYPD wrote.
Check back soon for more information.
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