Former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway tests positive for coronavirus

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Former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said late Friday that she has tested positive for coronavirus, after attending an event last Saturday in the Rose Garden at which President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court candidate. Conway disclosed the news in a tweet, in which she said her symptoms were mild and that she felt fine. “I have begin a quarantine process in consultation with physicians,” she wrote. Conway is the fifth person to test positive following the event, joining the president and first lady Melania Trump, Utah Sen. Mike Lee, a Republican, North Carolina Sen. Thom Tills, a Republican, and University of Notre Dame President, the Rev. John Jenkins. Conway stepped down from her role as adviser in August, saying she wanted to devote more time to her family.
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