Councilwoman Parker Concludes Self-quarantine following the end of Symptoms and Negative COVID-19 Test Results

April 8, 2020

Louisville, KY: Louisville Metro Councilwoman Marilyn Parker (District 18) is concluding her self-quarantine after a few days of no longer having symptoms of the virus and later testing negative for COVID-19 at the hospital at where Councilwoman Parker works as a registered nurse (RN).

“Being ill during a time in which I was moving to a new home and also trying to continue to serve the people of District 18 was difficult” said Marilyn Parker. “I am thankful that my symptoms weren’t nearly as bad as others have had to endure, but must admit that the past twelve days have been extremely difficult both physically and mentally. I thank the many people who have contacted me to offer support and I look forward to resuming my duties at the hospital, communicating with my Metro Council colleagues, as well as the residents of District 18.”

Councilwoman Parker represents the 18th Louisville Metro Council District which includes the suburban cities of Hurstbourne, Hurstbourne Acres, Bellemeade, Forest Hills, Lincolnshire, St. Regis Park, portions of Lyndon, Jeffersontown and Douglass Hills as well as the neighborhoods of Owl Creek, Foxboro and Brookhaven. Parker has served on the Metro Council since 2013 and has been a registered nurse for most of her professional life. For more information, please contact Stephen Haag at 574-1204 or [email protected].