Andrew Yang in quarantine after a staffer tested positive for COVID-19

Andrew Yang’s high-flying mayoral mission was constrained back to the sidelines Tuesday after a staff member tried positive for COVID-19, placing the competitor into quarantine for in any event seven days, his mission said Tuesday.

Mission authorities said that Yang had tried negative at first and isn’t encountering side effects.

Nonetheless, the long slack time among contamination and side effects imply that the tech entrepreneur-turned-mayoral cheerful can’t be completely cleared to restart public occasions for quite a long time.

“With regards to New York State rules, Andrew will lead all crusade exercises distantly for the following eight days,” a representative said in an assertion. “He won’t continue face to face occasions until he gets a negative PCR [nasal swab] test after that period.”

Yang entrance into the Democratic essential race a week ago at long last transformed the packed 2021 field into the fervently challenged race that had been normal for quite a long time.

Another competitor, City Comptroller Scott Stringer, as of late got back to face to face crusading Monday after his own COVID quarantine, following a gathering with Congressman Adriano Espaillat (D-Manhattan and The Bronx).