North America Correspondent for the BBC Larry Madowo has been forced to go into quarantine after someone in his crew tested positive.
According to Madowo, it was the first time he was going into quarantine since he started traveling across America to report the news.
Taking to his social, the former BBC Africa Business Editor indicated that someone in his crew tested positive after a shoot, forcing him to quarantine.
Madowo, who is a Kenya Journalist, however, announced that has tested negative from the coronavirus disease but he will have to quarantine for seven days in line with health guidelines.
“Another COVID test!
After filming in New York last week, someone on my crew tested positive. In line with CDC guidelines, I’ve tested and I’m in quarantine because I was exposed,” he tweeted.
“I tested negative! I’m still staying in quarantine for 7 days in line with CDC guidelines to confirm that I won’t develop any symptoms and that the result wasn’t a false negative,” Madowo added.