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Attorney General Barr Attended 'Super-Spreader' WH Event, But Won't Self-Quarantine

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Attorney General Barr Attended 'Super-Spreader' WH Event, But Won't Self-Quarantine

Attorney General Barr Attended 'Super-Spreader' WH Event, But Won't Self-Quarantine

US Attorney General William Barr was potentially exposed to the novel coronavirus at a White House reception where attendees didn't wear masks.

However, Business Insider reports Barr has refused to self-quarantine.

The September 26 reception for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett has since been identified as a possible superspreader event.

That designation came after several Republican lawmakers and White House associates announced they had tested positive for coronavirus.

Others present who now have COVID-19 are President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, two GOP senators, and former New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie.


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