Pennsylvania Governor Tests Positive for COVID-19
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The Associated Press is reporting Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolating at home.
Wolf made the announcement December 9 and said the positive came back in a routine coronavirus test.
The second-term Democrat says he has no symptoms and is feeling well.
Pennsylvania First-Lady, Frances Wolf is still waiting for the results of her coronavirus test.,
AP reports Wolf’s health secretary and several members of his senior staff are also in quarantine.
Wolf, who is 72, says he continues to work remotely. His spokesperson says several members of his security detail recently tested positive for the virus.