OKLAHOMA CITY — Governor Kevin Stitt is returning back to work after recovering from COVID-19.
Gov. Stitt made the announcement Monday in a video on social media.
"After the past two weeks of working from home and isolating, I am glad to be back in the office today," Stitt said. "I am also grateful to report that everyone I was in contact with continues to test negative for COVID-19, and no one has developed symptoms."
Earlier in July, Stitt announced that he tested positive for COVID-19.
Stitt said the illnesses started as feeling achy, but reported no other symptoms. He worked from home and remained in quarantine until it was okay to return to the office.
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