: Pelosi tests negative for coronavirus, spokesman says

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who is behind Vice President Mike Pence in the line of presidential succession, has tested negative for coronavirus, her office said late Friday. “Out of an abundance of caution, Speaker Pelosi was tested for COVID-19 this morning by the Capitol’s Office of the Attending Physician. Dr. Monahan just informed the Speaker that she tested negative,” Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill tweeted. Pelosi, 80, had met for about 90 minutes Wednesday with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, before President Trump tested positive for the virus. Mnuchin has also tested negative.
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