Former US Secretary of State James A. Baker III and his wife Susan Baker are at home in Texas recovering from the coronavirus, Baker spokesman John Williams confirmed Thursday, according to reports.
The couple, who tested positive earlier this week, did not require hospitalization and were quarantined at their Houston home, the Houston Chronicle reported.
Baker, 90, felt well enough on Thursday to do paperwork while Susan Baker baked pancakes, Williams told FOX 26 in Houston.
The Bakers believe they contracted the virus during a recent trip to Wyoming to see family, Williams said, according to the Chronicle.
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Baker was Secretary of State under former President George HW Bush from 1989 to 1992. He previously served as White House Chief of Staff and Secretary of the Treasury under former President Ronald Reagan and Secretary of Commerce under former President Gerald Ford.
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He is currently president of the Baker Institute at Rice University and continues to work in his law firm Baker Potts, according to the Chronicle.