Detroit Police Chief James Craig says he has recovered from COVID-19

Posted at 9:06 AM, Apr 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-16 18:05:21-04

DETROIT (WXYZ) — Detroit Police Chief James Craig said he has recovered from COVID-19.

Chief Craig said he underwent a test and the result came back negative.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced that Craig tested positive on March 27.

Reflecting on being under self-quarantine, and first experiencing a nagging cough and allergy type symptoms, Craig previously told 7 Action News that he later felt chills and more intense symptoms.

“Very lethargic, lost appetite, weak. Wasn’t a whole lot I could do," Craig said. "Even talking on the phone was a challenge.

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