FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – Daniel Stermer, the mayor of Weston, has tested positive for coronavirus.

City officials said Stermer has been feeling sick since Tuesday, March 31st, and began to self-quarantine at that time. He experienced serious fatigue and severe headaches and eye pain with occasional night sweats.

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As of Monday, Stermer’s office said he was is in good spirits and generally feeling well.

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Stermer took the COVID-19 test at the Cleveland Clinic Drive-Thru facility in Weston on
April 2nd and received the results on Sunday that he was positive.

“I was advised that I should continue to remain at home, in stronger self-quarantine, until at least Tuesday, April 14,” he said in a statement.

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While out of the office, Stermer has continued to work from home.