The U.S. Secret Service announced on Monday that one of its employees has tested positive for the COVID-19 or the novel coronavirus.
“A U.S. Secret Service employee has tested for COVID-19. The employee is currently in quarantine,” the agency said in a statement, adding the worker’s condition is being monitored.
As a result of the agency’s contact trace assessment, it “determined that the employee has not had contact with any other Secret Service employee or protectee for nearly three weeks,” the statement read.
The agency, which provides an innermost security ring for President Donald Trump and his family, among other
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