UPDATE 1/11/2021 1:15 PM EST: Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) announced on Monday that she had received a positive rapid antigen test for COVID-19. Rep. Watson Coleman was allegedly in a crowded safe room during Wednesday’s insurance, where several of his colleagues were masked. According to a statement released by his office, Watson Coleman “believes that he was exposed during the protective isolation at the US Capitol Building as a result of the rebels’ riots.” In a separate tweet, she said she decided to take the test due to Wednesday’s incidents, including sheltering with several colleagues who refused to wear masks.
Watson Coleman is reportedly in “good spirits” with “mild, cold-like symptoms”. She is in isolation and is awaiting the results of a PCR test to confirm her infection. The original story is as follows.
Original Post, 1/11/2021 11:34 AM EST: Physicians attending Congress on Sunday sent an alert to lawbreakers warning them of epidemic coronaviruses during last Wednesday’s violent uprising while staying in a safe room Can come in American Capitol by supporters of President Trump.
As Ars has previously stated, there was a clear risk of widespread disease outbreaks in the insured. Most of the masked rioters who did not follow the social distancing recommendations would have spread the virus among themselves and to the legalists as they broke the capital building and caused a storm. In addition, lawmakers and staff, which scrapped public public health guidance, added to the risk of a superseding event as members of Congress jumped down together during the attack.
In Sunday’s email alert sent to all members of Congress, physician Brian Monahan, focusing on the latter’s risk, wrote:
“On Wednesday 6 January, several members of the House community were in protective isolation in a  room located in the listening room of a large committee. The time in this room was several hours for some and sad for others. During this time, individuals with coronavirus infection may be exposed to another occupant. ”
Monahan did not specify which room he was talking about, but aides who spoke with The Washington Post confirmed that he was talking of a room packed with members of the House that was previously called “COVID Was described as a “superspreader event”.
In an interview with CBS News soon after the rebellion, Rep. Susan Wilde (D-Pa) estimated that there were 300 to 400 people in the room and “almost half” were masked. “This is exactly the same situation as not told to us by medical doctors,” Wilde said.
A video in the post note, first published by Panchboli News on Friday, showed the Republic, including Reps Andy Biggs (Ariz), Michael Cloud (Tex.), Markwane Mullin (Okla.) And Scott Perry (Pa. .) Included. Masks offered by Democratic Rapid Lisa Blunt Rochester (Del.) While in the room. In a tweet on Friday, Blunt said she was “disappointed” by her colleagues who denied the mask. “My goal, in the midst of what I feared was a superspreader incident, was to make the room at least as safe.”
In the midst of the rebellion, at least three Republican lawmakers announced they had tested positive, including Jake Latterner (R-Kahn), Rep. Michelle Steele (R-California), and Charles J. “Chuck” Flishman (R-Tenne). .) Reps. According to the Post, Laterner and Fleischmann were allegedly not in the room, with Monahan speaking in his warning to Congress.
Monahan advised lawmakers to “continue their usual daily coronavirus risk reduction measures (daily symptom checklist, wearing masks, and continuing social disturbances).” Additionally, people should receive RT-PCR coronavirus virus as a precaution next week. ”