Gov. Tom Wolf tests positive for COVID-19 for second time

The Associated Press

HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf tweeted that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.

The 73-year-old governor said in the tweet he has mild symptoms. He said he tested positive in the evening.

"I'm grateful that I recently got my second vaccine booster," Wolf said in his tweet.

Wolf, a Democrat, said he will be following the CDC's guidance to isolate at home in Mount Wolf.

Wolf tested positive for the virus in December 2020 as well. He was asymptomatic at the time, according to his office.

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Governor Tom Wolf speaking at the pro-choice rally at the capital steps in Harrisburg, Pa on Saturday, May 14, 2022.