Reporter breaks sister’s COVID-19 requested anonymity on “self imposed” Naperville quarantine, tweets pics


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In a tweet earlier today, Baltimore Reporter Katelyn Haas (CBS) broke her own sister’s request at anonymity while posting photos of her quarantined “bed and breakfast” in Naperville.

Haas’s sister, an Indiana University student who had requested to remain anonymous, is under self-quarantine at her home following studying abroad in Milan while the Coronavirus broke out. She was able to return to Naperville on Monday before Italian cities locking down this morning.

The Indiana University Student shows no signs associated with the COVID-19 virus.

Haas’ sister told CBS Chicago, who first broke the story, it’s “upsetting” she had to leave while studying with the IES Abroad program.

She remains at home in her temporary bed and breakfast.


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