Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco today announced that he tested positive for COVID-19. Bianco shared in a Facebook post that he, his wife, and children tested positive for the virus. His grandchildren tested negative.
Bianco did not say when he contacted the virus. “Everyone recovered after light symptoms,” he wrote. “I held off the longest and wouldn’t have known other than I lost my sense of smell/taste.”
Bianco said he will be “working from home while abiding by the recommended quarantine.”
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