Grassley Tests Positive for COVID
November 17, 2020 5:11pm
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley has tested positive for COVID-19 after learning earlier today (Tues) of an exposure to the coronavirus.
“This morning, I learned that I had been exposed to the coronavirus. I received a COVID-19 test and immediately began to quarantine. While I still feel fine, the test came back positive for the coronavirus. I am continuing to follow my doctors’ orders and CDC guidelines. I’ll be keeping up on my work for the people of Iowa from home. I appreciate everyone’s well wishes and prayers, and look forward to resuming my normal schedule when I can. In the meantime, my offices across Iowa and in Washington remain open and ready to serve Iowans,” Grassley said.
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