Colorado Governor Jared Polis on Saturday reported that he and his accomplice, Marlon Reis, have both tried positive for the Covid. As of Saturday night, both the lead representative and the main respectable man were asymptomatic, as indicated by an assertion from the lead representative’s office.
“Marlon and I are feeling great up until now, and are feeling great,” Polis said. “No individual or family is safe to this infection. I inclination each Coloradan to rehearse alert, limit public associations, wear a veil openly, remain six feet from others, and wash your hands consistently.”
Polis will turn out distantly until further notice, as indicated by the assertion.
Since the start of the pandemic, Colorado has announced in excess of 225,000 cases and in excess of 2,500 individuals have passed on, as per the state’s Department of Public Health.
Polis joins various prominent U.S. legislators who have tried positive for COVID-19, a rundown that incorporates President Donald Trump and a few different lead representatives. Already, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Missouri Governor Mike Parson and Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt have all declared positive test outcomes.
The U.S. has detailed in excess of 13,235,500 instances of COVID-19 and at any rate 266,000 individuals have passed on, as per information gathered by Johns Hopkins University.