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Elon Musk may have Covid-19, should quarantine during SpaceX astronaut launch Sunday, NASA says

14/11/2020 11:12 PM | Click to read full article

NASA chief Jim Bridenstine, who was scheduled to conduct a routine press conference Friday morning, told reporters who asked about Musk's tweets that, per NASA policies, Musk should be in quarantine and SpaceX would be attempting to determine who might have come into contact with Musk.

The astronauts, according to NASA's deputy manager of flight operations Norm Knight, are almost certainly not at risk.