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GOP Rep. Dan Newhouse tests positive for COVID-19

GOP Rep. Dan Newhouse tests positive for COVID-19
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GOP Rep. Dan NewhouseDaniel (Dan) Milton NewhouseUpton becomes first member of Congress to vote to impeach two presidents The Hill's Morning Report - Trump impeached again; now what? Kinzinger says he is 'in total peace' after impeachment vote MORE (Wash.) announced Wednesday that he tested positive for COVID-19 as the Capitol sees a new wave of cases among lawmakers.

Newhouse said in a tweet that he took a coronavirus test Tuesday after he “began to feel a little run down.” He said his symptoms remain mild and that he will quarantine and work remotely from his home.

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Newhouse voted on the House floor Monday night with several other lawmakers.

The Washington Republican is the latest in growing number of members of Congress who have been infected with the coronavirus. 

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The Capitol’s attending physician launched a new testing program for members and staff on Monday amid a national spike in cases. Concerns have ramped up that the building, which hosts lawmakers, visitors and employees who travel across the nation, will be a hub for new coronavirus cases given the frequent travel and exposure of the people who work there.