The daughter of billionaire investor Warren Buffett has reportedly gone into self-quarantine mode after she was exposed to the coronavirus.
Susie Buffett, a philanthropist, told The Omaha World-Herald that she feels fine and is showing no symptoms of COVID-19.
She also told the newspaper that she had not been in the vicinity of her father, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world’s richest people, since her exposure.
“I am not the least bit worried,” Buffett told The World-Herald on Sunday. “I think the more we talk about it, the better it is. I hope it brings down the fear when you start to know people (who have been exposed). It makes it more real, but it also puts a face on it.”
Susie Buffett, 66, sat for two hours next to someone who apparently contracted the virus during a trip to Spain.
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She is expected to stay in self-quarantine for two weeks in a precautionary move to ensure she doesn’t help spread the virus.
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