Infected sheriff vows ‘lifestyle changes’

Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb/SCREENGRAB/12 NEWS

By Bianca Buono | 12 News

For the first time since he was diagnosed with COVID-19, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb is speaking out. Lamb found out he had the coronavirus moments before visiting President Trump in Washington D.C.

“Whatever symptoms I’ve had have been very mild, and I feel pretty good,” said Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb during a zoom call Friday morning.

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During an interview with 12 News Friday, Lamb was in good spirits after contracting the virus. He did the interview via Zoom from his guest bedroom where he is under a 14-day quarantine. He says he was asymptomatic when he tested positive and any symptoms since then have been mild.

Lamb says his family is also doing well as his wife awaits test results.

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