Attorney General William Barr said Saturday he would not self-quarantine despite his potential sustained exposure to COVID-19, The New York Times reported.

Barr tested negative for the virus Friday and Saturday and will continue to monitor himself, his spokesperson told the newspaper.

The news comes less than two days after President Trump announced that he and the first lady, Melania Trump, tested positive for coronavirus.

Concern was raised about the attorney general’s COVID-19 status after Barr attended the White House reception for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett last Saturday.