WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Representative Devin Nunes, an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, told a California radio station on Friday that he had tested positive for antibodies of COVID-19, indicating that he had the virus earlier this year.
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) and ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, speaks during an impeachment inquiry hearing in Washington, U.S., November 21, 2019.
Andrew Harrer/Pool via REUTERSAside from Nunes, a California Republican who has served as chairman of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee,at least 22 Republican and 11 Democratic members of Congress have tested positive, or were presumed to have had COVID-19, this year.
They include:Representative Mike Bost, 59, Republican from IllinoisRepresentative Cheri Bustos, 59, Democrat from IllinoisRepresentative Salud Carbajal, 56, Democrat from CaliforniaSenator Bob Casey, 60, Democrat from PennsylvaniaSenator Bill Cassidy, 63, Republican from LouisianaRepresentative Joe Cunningham, 38, Democrat from South CarolinaRepresentative Rodney Davis, 50, Republican from IllinoisRepresentative Mario Diaz-Balart, 59, Republican from FloridaRepresentative Neal Dunn, 67, Republican from FloridaRepresentative Drew Ferguson, 54, Republican from GeorgiaRepresentative Louie Gohmert, 67, Republican from TexasRepresentative Morgan Griffith, 62, Republican from VirginiaSenator Chuck Grassley, 87, Republican from IowaRepresentative Raul Grijalva, 72, Democrat from ArizonaRepresentative Jahana Hayes, 47, Democrat from ConnecticutRepresentative Bill Huizenga, 51, Republican from MichiganSenator Tim Kaine, 62, Democrat from VirginiaRepresentative Mike Kelly, 72, Republican from PennsylvaniaSenator Ron Johnson, 65, Republican from WisconsinRepresentative Doug Lamborn, 66, Republican from ColoradoSenator Mike Lee, 49, Republican from UtahRepresentative Ben McAdams, 46, Democrat from UtahRepresentative Dan Meuser, 56, Republican from PennsylvaniaRepresentative Seth Moulton, 42, Democrat from MassachusettsRepresentative Dan Newhouse, 65, Republican from WashingtonSenator Rand Paul, 57, Republican from KentuckyRepresentative Ed Perlmutter, 67, Democrat from ColoradoRepresentative Tom Rice, 63, Republican from South CarolinaSenator Rick Scott, 68, Republican from FloridaSenator Thom Tillis, 60, Republican from North CarolinaRepresentative Nydia Velazquez, 67, Democrat from New YorkRepresentative Tim Walberg, 69, Republican from MichiganRepresentative Don Young, 87, Republican from Alaska
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