New head of State Police self-isolating after possible exposure to COVID
BATON ROUGE - The new superintendent for Louisiana State Police is self-quarantining after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
Sources said Colonel Lamar Davis has already been in isolation for about a week. His potential exposure is why Davis was absent last week when Governor Edwards announced his new title at a press conference.
Davis has not tested positive for the virus at this time but will remain in isolation for about another week.
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