Kristen Welker and Rebecca Shabad9h ago / 12:31 PM UTCOutgoing acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is under voluntary self-isolation in South Carolina, NBC News has confirmed. “He had contact with someone whose test results are pending, so out of an abundance of caution due to his proximity to the President, he’s teleworking pending those results,” a White House official told NBC News. “He tested negative on Friday and had no symptoms. White House docs blessed his travel.”The Associated Press reported that Mulvaney decided to isolate himself because his niece had been in contact with a Brazilian official who tested positive for coronavirus. Mulvaney had tested negative for the virus, the report said.Earlier this month, President Donald Trump tapped on of his stanchest allies, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., to be his new chief of staff.Ben Kesslen 9h ago / 12:10 PM UTCAl Roker does the weather forecast — from homeAl Roker returned to “TODAY” after a staffer he came in contact with tested positive for coronavirus. But he’s working from home, bringing viewers the weather from his kitchen.”There are no NBC News crews here. This is my iPad,” Roker said Tuesday, joking he finally got to sleep in without his usual

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