Kate Bolz quarantining after COVID-19 exposure

Democratic congressional candidate Kate Bolz announced she is quarantining after her fiance tested positive for COVID-19. 
Kate Bolz

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Democratic congressional candidate Kate Bolz announced she is quarantining after her fiance tested positive for COVID-19.

Bolz’s fiance, Lancaster County Board Chair Sean Flowerday, was confirmed positive with the virus Monday, according to a statement from Bolz.

The statement said both Bolz and Flowerday are quarantining and “doing well.”

Bolz is awaiting test results of her own.

Bolz is running against incumbent Jeff Fortenberry for Nebraska’s First District.

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