Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says he tested positive for COVID-19 but does not have symptoms

"I have no symptoms and am feeling well and I am in isolation at home," the governor said in a tweet.

Published: December 9, 2020 3:27pm

Updated: December 9, 2020 4:05pm

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19, though he noted that he does not have any symptoms.

The Keystone State Democrat said he is staying at home and doing all of his work remotely.

"During a routine test yesterday, I tested positive for COVID-19," Wolf tweeted. "I have no symptoms and am feeling well and I am in isolation at home. I am following CDC and Department of Health guidelines. Frances has been tested and, as we await the result, is quarantining at home with me," the governor said regarding his wife.

"I am continuing to serve the commonwealth and performing all of my duties remotely, as many are doing during the pandemic," he said in another tweet.

According to Johns Hopkins University there have been more than 15.2 million COVID-19 cases in the U.S. and more than 287,000 deaths.


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