Governor of Colorado, spouse test positive for COVID-19

Governor of Colorado Jared PolisJared Schutz Polis The Colorado order will allow hospitals to stop patients due to capacity due to COVID-19, relocate patients as the Broncos announced this weekend that this will be the last game of the season in front of fans. An effort to recall the Governor of Colorado. Jared Polis was unable to collect the required signatures by the deadline MORE (D) and his spouse gave a positive result on COVID-19 on Saturday.

“Tonight, Governor Polis and First Gentleman (Marlon) Reis learned that the COVID-19 test was positive,” the governor’s office said in a statement.

Polis and Reis are said to be asymptomatic and feel good, isolated in their home.

“Marlon and I have had a good time so far and are cheerful. No one or family is vulnerable to the virus. I ask all Coloradans to be careful, limit public interactions, wear a mask in public, stay six feet away from others, and wash their hands regularly. Polis said.

Polis will be closely monitored and will continue to perform his duties and responsibilities remotely, the statement added.

Earlier this month, the governor extended the nationwide mask mandate for an additional 30 days as COVID-19 cases increased across the state.

The Colorado Department of Health and the Environment reported a seven-day moving average of 4,095 cases last week, down 205 from last week’s average.

Polis is among a number of leaders and lawmakers who have had a positive coronavirus in recent months. Republican Sens. Chuck GrassleyCharles (Chuck) Ernest GrassleyRep. Rick Allen found COVID-19 positive about money: Biden nominates Yellen as Secretary of the Treasury | ‘COVID rock’ entwined Democrats put pressure on minor stimuli to support Loeffler to continue self-isolation after controversial COVID-19 test results MORE (Iowa) and Rick Scott (Fla.) Recently showed a positive result for COVID-19. Democratic Representative Ed PerlmutterEdwin (Ed) George PerlmutterRep. Rick Allen gave a positive result for COVID-19. The cap of Capitol COVID-19 may be bad. Thanksgiving preview (Colo.) He also gave a positive result last Wednesday.