The second senator tests positive for coronavirus

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His. Bill CassidyWilliam (Bill) Morgan CassidyDavis: Room of Shame for GOP Senators Who Keep Silent on Donald Trump State Aid Appears as a Major Obstacle to Relaunching COVID-19 Talks From Donor Republican in Senate GOP: abolish marriage penalty or risk alienating voters MORE (R-La.) Said Thursday he tested positive for coronavirus, becoming the second senator known to do so.”I am strictly following the guidelines of our medical experts and I strongly encourage others to do the same,” he said in a statement.

Cassidy underwent a coronavirus test on Thursday after being told Wednesday evening that he had been exposed to an individual with COVID-19. His office said he was following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including quarantining for 14 days and notifying people with whom he was in contact.

At the end of March, the senator Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard Paul The story is on Edward Snowden’s side: Now is the time to grant him full pardon Trump seeks campaign momentum with Middle East deal Watchdog calls for investigation of Gohmert ” regardless of public health advice ”on COVID-19 PLUS (R-Ky.) Became the first senator to announce that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Several senators have had to quarantine themselves after being exposed to an individual with the coronavirus. Meaning. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael Kaine Overnight Defense: Trump Announces “Resumption” of Sanctions Against Iran | Uniformed personnel at Dem convention under investigation | Netanyahu Calls Bringing ‘Fake News’ of F-35 Biden Deal, Harris Granting First Joint TV Interview to ABC’s Muir, Roberts Harris Seeks to Complete Biden’s Path to Presidency READ MORE (D-Go.) And Bob CaseyRobert (Bob) Patrick Casey Senate Democrats demand answers on trafficking in migrant children during pandemic Hill’s coronavirus report: Rep. Fred Upton says it’s ‘tragic’ to see Americans reject masks, social distancing; Russia says it will approve the COVID-19 vaccine by mid-August. People with disabilities see huge job losses; will the pandemic reduce ADA earnings? MORE (D-Pa.) Reported having anti-coronavirus antibodies, indicating they had been exposed to the virus, although they were not tested at the time.



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