Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.A reoccurring protest at the North Carolina state capital calling on Gov. Roy Cooper to lift lockdown measures is scheduled to happen Tuesday despite its main organizer announcing she had tested positive for the coronavirus, according to reports. Audrey Whitlock wrote on the Reopen NC Facebook page to announce Sunday marked her last day of a two-week period in quarantine. Describing herself as “an asymptomatic COVID19 positive patient,” Whitlock claimed she has been “forced” to self-isolate and, therefore, was “imprisoned in my home.”“A typical public health quarantine would occur in a medical facility,” the lengthy post said in part. “I have been told not to participate in public or private accommodations as requested by the government, and therefore denied an amendment right to freedom of religion…”CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE Protesters from a grassroots organization called REOPEN NC demonstrate against the North Carolina coronavirus lockdown at a parking lot adjacent to the North Carolina State Legislature in Raleigh, North Carolina, on April 14, 2020. – The group was demanding the state economy be opened up no later than April 29. (LOGAN CYRUS/AFP via Getty

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