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In the announcement made by Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker in the morning, it was shared that the Senate member had caught Kovid-19 and exhibited mild symptoms.
Hours after Wicker’s statement, Independent Maine Senator Angus King noted that although he and his staff observed social distancing in the capital, he began to experience a “mild fever” on Wednesday and learned that the result was positive when he had a Kovid-19 Test in Maine yesterday.
John Hickenlooper, Colorado’s representative in the Senate, was also the last senator of the day to announce that he had tested positive after “experiencing mild symptoms.”
“I feel much better and will continue the quarantine as directed by the doctor,” said the Democratic senator. noted.
Senators spent hours together in the Senate to approve the bill for infrastructure works in the capital Washington on August 11 last week.
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With the announcement that 3 senators tested positive for Kovid-19 in one day, the number of senators caught by the coronavirus in the United States Senate has risen to 4 in total.
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham also announced that she caught Kovid-19 earlier this month, despite all her vaccines.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), symptoms of COVID-19 can appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus.
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