US Senator Rand Paul tests positive for coronavirus

US Senator Rand Paul tests positive for coronavirus

U.S. Sen Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) has tested postive for coronavirus, he announced Sunday.Paul, 57, said on Twitter that he’s asymptomatic and “feeling fine.”He is the first U.S. Senator and third member of Congress to test positive for coronavirus, according to Politico.Paul, who has been in office since 2011, was tested to be cautious because he travels extensively and appears at a large amount of public events, his office said. He expects to get back to work after his quarantine ends.The senator’s Washington D.C. office closed 10 days ago with staff working remotely. “Virtually” none of his s...


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