November 23 – Two more US Houses have announced that the COVID-19 test was positive due to the nationwide proliferation of the virus.
Rep. Bryan Steil (R-Wis.) And Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) Separately announced on Sunday that they tested positive for the coronavirus and they were on the list of US politicians with the disease. Added the name of.
Steel said in statement After experiencing mild symptoms over the weekend, it was posted on Twitter that he had taken the COVID-19 test on Sunday.
“The test results returned to positive,” he said. “Following the CDC guidelines, I will immediately quarantine and continue to serve people in southeastern Wisconsin from my home in Janesville.”
Courtney announced in a statement on his website that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday night.
He said he had been quarantined since last week after learning that he was “inadvertently exposed to someone who later tested positive for COVID-19.”
“When I learned of that initial exposure, I started following strict quarantine guidelines set by the CDC and my doctor while I was waiting for a coronavirus test,” he wrote. “After the first test returned negative, I continued to quarantine, but began to experience mild symptoms.”
He took another test and the results came back on Sunday.
Last week, Dan Newhouse, R-Wash. , Doug Lamborn, and several US politicians, including Congressman R-Colo, have announced a positive COVID-19 test. Senator Chuck Grassley, Republican Iowa.
The announcement was made on Sunday as cases of coronavirus continued to surge in the United States.
With more than 12.2 million infections and more than 250,000 deaths, the United States is the most ill country in the pandemic, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, after health officials registered a record 196,004 on Sunday. , 142,732 new cases reported.
Two more house members test COVID-19 positive
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