Ron Johnson

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus.

He made the announcement on Saturday morning. His positive case, comes as President Donald Trump and a host of other Republican politicians and advisors have all tested positive this week.

The statement from his office said that he tested positive on Sept. 14 and stayed in quarantine for 14 days without experiencing symptoms. He returned to Washington, D.C. on Sept. 29 when he was exposed to someone who was positive. 

The statement said that Johnson feels healthy.

Johnson is chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, and also serves on the Budget, Foreign Relations, and Commerce, Science and Transportation committees.

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