Overnight, the second congressman stated that she tested positive for Covid-19 after she had refused asylum with congressmen who had refused to wear masks during the violent riots in the US Capitol last week.
Washington State Democratic Representative Pramila Jayapal said in a statement earlier on Tuesday that she has been in isolation since the attack and learned that she was positive on Monday night. Test Results.
She said in a statement: “Too many Republicans refuse to take this pandemic and virus seriously. Doing so will endanger everyone around them. Only when President Trump incites our Capitol, the country, and our In democracies, many Republicans still refuse to take minimum COVID-1
Jayapal said she works at home.
She said in the statement: “I will continue to do everything I can, because the urgency of many of our crises is of utmost importance.” “I and my voters and those across the country who have witnessed Donald Trump fail to fight this raging epidemic. He was sick and refused to take care of the suffering, dying and devastated Americans, feeling angry and angry. Now, we still see him publicly inciting and inciting these rebels, who attacked the Capitol and us on January 6 Democratic country-therefore, I will spare no effort and do everything in my power to remove this president from office.”
Representative DN.J. Bonnie Watson Coleman (Bonnie Watson Coleman) said earlier on Monday that she had received a rapid positive test for Covid-19.
“I received a positive test result for COVID-19 and I am resting at home at this time. When I experience mild, cold-like symptoms, I will stay refreshed and will continue to work on behalf of my voters.” Watson Coleman said in a statement.
The female congressman is quarantining and waiting for the results of the PCR test. As we all know, the results of the PCR test are more accurate than the rapid test.
Members of Congress warned members of Congress and Congress staff that they might come into contact with people infected with the virus while hiding in place. This is the day for Congress members to conduct inspections. A video broadcast last week showed a Democratic House Democrat providing masks to a group of fellow Republicans in a safe room, and they were rejected.
In July, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (Nancy Pelosi) announced the authorization of masks for all members and staff on the floor of the House of Representatives.
Jayapar said MPs who refused to wear masks in the Capitol should be fined.
She said: “In addition, any member who refuses to wear a mask should be immediately removed from the floor by Sergeant Arms.” “This is not a joke. Our lives and livelihoods are in danger. Anyone who refuses to wear a mask is in danger. We should take full responsibility for endangering our lives because of our selfishness and ignorance.”