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Montana Gov. Greg GianforteGregory Richard GianforteMontana governor signs bill banning sanctuary cities Montana governor warned after trapping and killing wolf near Yellowstone Overnight Health Care: CDC calls for schools to reopen with precautions | Cuomo faces rising scrutiny over COVID-19 nursing home deaths | Biden officials move to begin rescinding Medicaid work requirements MORE (R) tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, his office confirmed in a statement.
The statement shared with The Hill said the GOP governor is experiencing “mild symptoms” and will isolate for 10 days. Gianforte’s office did not immediately confirm the governor’s symptoms.
The governor has “notified all individuals with whom he may have had close contact,” according to the statement. His staff will be tested for COVID-19 on Tuesday morning.
Gianforte received the first dose of his COVID-19 vaccine last week. He shared a video on social media receiving his inoculation at a Walgreens in the state.
The COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and accessible to all Montanans 16 and older. Thank you to the great staff at @Walgreens for making my first shot yesterday quick, easy, and painless! pic.twitter.com/SZM2CdlikF
The COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective, and accessible to all Montanans 16 and older.— Governor Greg Gianforte (@GovGianforte) April 2, 2021
Thank you to the great staff at @Walgreens for making my first shot yesterday quick, easy, and painless! pic.twitter.com/SZM2CdlikF
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