By CBS3 Staff

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Tammy Murphy, the First Lady of New Jersey, tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, according to a release. Murphy is asymptomatic.

Gov. Phil Murphy and the rest of their family have tested negative. They will continue to test regularly in the coming days.

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The Governor and First Lady recently tested themselves due to a recent known non-family contact in their home, according to a release.

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Monday’s COVID-19 briefing will shift to a virtual format and be streamed online. Due to Gov. Murphy being vaccinated and boosted, he is not required to quarantine per CDC guidance, but he will continue to wear a mask in all public settings.

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The Governor and First Lady are also urging all New Jerseyans to get vaccinated, boosted, and wear a mask to keep their loved ones safe.