Pennsylvania Democrats Say They Weren’t Told When GOP Member Tested Positive

Posted by on May 28, 2020 3:06 pm
Categories: US National Stories

A sign outside of the Pennsylvania Capitol in Harrisburg on March 16. The Capitol was closed to the public, but lawmakers are still allowed to work there. Republican State Rep. Andrew Lewis recently tested positive for the coronavirus.

Democrats in Pennsylvania’s House say they were kept in the dark for a week when a Republican colleague, who had been working in the State Capitol, tested positive for the coronavirus.

(Image credit: Ed Mahon/WITF/PA Post)

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