A statement from the county spokeswoman says Curran is feeling well and has tested negative for COVID-19 herself.READ MORE: COVID Vaccine: Long Island Residents Frustrated Over Lack Of Appointments, Despite Highest Positivity Rate In State
She will remain in quarantine until March 9.
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Curran previously had to quarantine after being exposed to the virus in January.
Saturday morning, Curran said the county’s COVID positivity rate was 3.7%. She says both the county’s positivity rate and COVID hospitalizations have been decreasing.MORE NEWS: First Case Of South African COVID Variant In New York Found On Long Island, Gov. Cuomo Announces
As of Tuesday, Nassau County had 11 cases of the COVID-19 variant first identified in the United Kingdom.