Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced in a tweet Wednesday afternoon that he would be quarantining after a member of his Executive Security Detail tested positive for the novel coronavirus. 

"I am feeling well and have tested negative for COVID-19, but out of an abundance of caution, I am quarantining at home with Maria until further notice," Lee said in his tweet.

The governor's weekly COVID-19 press briefing scheduled for Wednesday would conducted by phone, he said.