The Republican Governor’s Office said in a statement on Monday that the Republican Governor will quarantine for 10 days in accordance with doctor’s instructions and public health guidance and plan to work from home.
The governor’s office said that the first lady of Montana, Susan Gianforte, had also been tested for Covid-19 and was awaiting her results, but she has not yet shown any symptoms. The governor’s staff will conduct the test on Tuesday morning, just in case, and have notified everyone in close contact with the governor.
Gianforte received the first shot of the Covid-1
9 vaccine on Thursday.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that it usually takes several weeks to strengthen immunity after vaccination, which means that a person can test positive before vaccination. Vaccination can prevent disease and its severity.
Gianforte has urged Montanans to be vaccinated and will open the vaccine to residents 16 years and older on April 1. In February of this year, he let the state-wide mask mission expire, but he said that the local community may continue to perform the mission.
The governor said at the signing ceremony of the bill in February: “Since we are not out of the predicament, I will continue to wear a mask and encourage all Montanas to do the same.”
Gianforte is the newest governor of the United States after the governor of Alaska who tested positive for Covid-19. Mike Dunleavy tested positive for Covid-19 in February. Last year, at least eight governors, including Democrats and Republicans, tested positive for the virus, and at least a dozen people had to be quarantined after possible exposure to Covid-19.
Last summer, Gianforte, who took office in January, self-isolated and suspended his campaign for governor in person. Prior to this, his wife and running partners participated in a relationship with Donald Trump’s girlfriend Kimberley. · The activities of Kimberly Guilfoyle, who tested positive for the coronavirus.