Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff Quarantines

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff is self-quarantining after being in the area of a county employee who recently tested positive for coronavirus.

Wolff, who is 80, says he has been working remotely for the most part and was not exposed directly or for a prolonged period.

He said he is taking the steps to self-quarantine out of an abundance of caution.

Others who work in Wolff’s office will also be quarantined, along with anyone else exposed to the employee.

“In the next few days, I will be taking all of the precautions suggested by health authorities and medical experts for those who have a low to moderate exposure to COVID, including strict masking and social distancing practices, self-monitoring, and limiting contact, including following CDC guidelines for critical infrastructure workers,” Wolff said in a statement.

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