Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Tests Negative

"On the note of testing, let me be clear, we need more testing," Mayor Price said. "Testing is the key to beginning to clear this virus."

Coronavirus In Texas: Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price Tests Negative

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price announced Tuesday night she tested negative for COVID-19.

But in a video on the City of Fort Worth Facebook page, Mayor Price said she’s going to remain in self-quarantine in her home.

She originally announced Monday evening she would be tested for COVID-19 on Tuesday after being notified through tracing she had close contact with someone who tested positive.

She did not say who that person is.

“I did find out another staff member that did test positive, so at the recommendation of the public health director I will continue self-quarantining,” she said on Facebook Tuesday night.

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price (City of Fort Worth Facebook)

Mayor Price said she’s going to remain cautious and lead by example and stay home, even though she isn’t showing any symptoms.

“On the note of testing, let me be clear, we need more testing,” she said. “Testing is the key to beginning to clear this virus.”

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Man Dead After Shooting Near Central Michigan University

A man is dead after a shooting near Central Michigan University.

Man Dead After Shooting Near Central Michigan University

 MT. PLEASANT, Mich.(WNEM) — A man is dead after a shooting near Central Michigan University.

The Mt. Pleasant Police Department confirmed a male victim was pronounced dead at the scene of a shooting near campus.

The victim has since been identified as 21-year-old Raven Tre-Von Edelen, of Wyoming, Mich.

The university sent out a voicemail alerting students the shooting just occurred at Colony Apartments located at 1811 Edgewood Drive around 6:20 p.m. According to the message, the shooter was still at large.

Police said the shooting happened at Campus Habitat, which is now called the Edge, shortly before 6 p.m.

Through witness statements and investigative leads, a suspect was identified. That suspect is currently lodged in the Isabella County Jail.

The shooting remains under investigation.

If you have any information you are asked to contact the police department at 989-779-9111.

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