Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed announced he tested positive for COVID-19

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Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed tweeted Saturday that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

He says that he will be isolating for the next week but will stay engaged in city matters.

Last week, Reed had attended the 90th United States Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting earlier in the week, according to Reed's Facebook page. The conference had in attendance "150+ mayors, Congressional leaders and Biden Administration officials,” according to the group's Facebook page.

Reed says that his symptoms are mild as he is fully vaccinated and boosted.

In the tweet, he said that he had tested positive after returning from a business trip.

Jemma Stephenson is the children and education reporter for the Montgomery Advertiser. She can be reached at jstephenson@gannett.com or 334-261-1569.

This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed announced he tested positive for COVID-19

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