MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has self-quarantined after a “close contact” of hers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
On Friday, the anchor tweeted that she would be “at home quarantining ’til it’s safe for me to be back at work without putting anyone at risk.”
Maddow, 47, noted that she has “tested negative thus far.”
The host was off the air Friday night after days of covering the 2020 presidential election. “Everything happens, all at once,” the anchor wrote. “You will be in good hands tonight with Nicolle and Joy and Brian and the Great and Good Mr. Kornacki and the whole MSNBC crew.”