The governor of Wyoming has tested positive for COVID-19.
The office of Gov. Mark Gordon revealed his diagnosis in a statement a day before the Thanksgiving holiday.
“Governor Mark Gordon received results today of a COVID-19 test that showed he is positive for the virus,” Gordon’s office said on Wednesday. “He only has minor symptoms at this time and plans to continue working on behalf of Wyoming remotely.”
Gordon, who is 63, spent 14 days in quarantine earlier in November after a person close to him tested positive for the virus.