Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte tested positive for COVID-19 adn is now in isolation for 10 days, according to Fox News.
Gianforte, “out of an abundance of caution” got tested for the coronavirus after showing symptoms.
Gianforte received his first vaccine dose late last week.
According to CDC guidance, it takes two weeks after a second vaccine dose – or two weeks after the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine – for a person to be fully vaccinated.
Montana’s first lady has not shown any coronavirus symptoms and is awaiting her test results.
It is reported that most people who contract the coronavirus experience only mild to moderate symptoms and are expected to have a full recovery.
The pandemic has killed more than 500,000 Americans.
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As Montana and other northern plains states were hit hard by the coronavirus late last year, former Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock put in place a statewide mask mandate. Gianforte rescinded it in February after signing a law protecting businesses from coronavirus-related liability.