UPDATE: Faegre Drinker said March 11 that it had reopened its offices outside Washington, D.C, where it said two different visitors had later tested positive with Covid-19. Our original report is below.

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath on Tuesday closed all 22 of its offices for the day amid concerns that personnel in its Washington, D.C., office were potentially exposed to Covid-19.

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