FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, CDC Director Robert Redfield and top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci announced last week they would self-isolate after being potentially exposed to the virus. HHS testing czar Brett Giroir will also remotely testify. Katie Miller, a spokesperson for Vice President Mike Pence, and a valet for President Donald Trump tested positive for the virus last week.
The unnamed Alexander staffer, who tested positive on Sunday, is recovering at home. “Almost all of the senator’s Washington, D.C., staff are working from home, and there is no need for any other staff member to self-quarantine,” Cleary said in a statement.