Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell is in self-quarantine after traveling to Florida two weeks ago.
Responding to questions from Oklahoman reporter Carmen Forman on Twitter, Pinnell said he and his family drove to a relative’s house March 14 and returned home to Oklahoma "as the situation unfolded."
Pinnell said he has not been in contact with anyone known to have COVID-19, is not experiencing any symptoms and has been working remotely as part of the Governor's Solutions Task Force.
He reportedly arrived back in Oklahoma March 20.