Lawmaker’s quarantine ends following COVID-19 diagnosis


Republican state Rep. Willie Dove has resumed campaigning for the state Senate after he was diagnosed in mid-September with COVID-19.

Dove said he started feeling bad - experiencing a loss of energy and a slight fever - on Sept. 15 before seeing a physician the next day.

He said he immediately quarantined himself at home. The test came back positive for COVID-19 on Sept. 18.

Dove's self-quarantine continued until Sept. 28 when he was cleared by his doctor and Leavenworth County health officials.

"It was no different than getting exhausted from any other virus. I can say . . .


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