HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Another state lawmaker tested positive for COVID-19. Republican Senator Judy Ward of Blair County said on Facebook she believes she got the virus at a Thanksgiving gathering.
The senator says her symptoms are minor but some democrats are speculating if she actually got the virus after attending a republican event in Gettysburg last week featuring Rudy Guiliani. Crowds of spectators were seen mask-less as lawmakers debated Pennsylvania’s election results.
Senator Doug Mastriano hosted the event and tested positive for COVID-19 after the gathering.
Mastriano reportedly confirmed his results while visiting President Trump at the White House. Representative Malcolm Kenyatta of Philly tweeted “This is serious — the event appears to be a super spreader event. Everyone who attended should be tested.”
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