Chavez is currently quarantined in isolation and will continue to carry out all of her duties virtually
SAN JOSE — September 21, 2022 — This morning, Santa Clara County Supervisor Cindy Chavez tested positive for COVID-19. She is fully vaccinated and is experiencing mild symptoms. In accordance with CDC and Santa Clara County Health guidelines, she will quarantine in her home and will continue to carry out all her duties of her campaign for San Jose Mayor during this time.
In the spirit of transparency and caution, Supervisor Chavez is notifying close contacts, team members, campaign supporters, and individuals with whom she has interacted with over the past several days. Supervisor Chavez’s last negative test for COVID-19 was taken on the morning of Tuesday, September 20, 2022.
In addition, the Chavez for Mayor campaign will continue to hold events throughout San Jose, including Thursday’s Protect Our Daughters Rally and Fundraiser. The event will feature County Supervisor, Susan Ellenberg as our keynote speaker. Supervisor Chavez will attend the event virtually.
As a reminder, anyone interested in getting vaccinated or who may need access to COVID-19 tests can do so by visiting https://covid19.sccgov.org/covid-19-vaccine-information.