The White House Correspondents' Association said in a statement on Monday that there are no new known positive tests among members of the media who cover the White House. However, “we know some are awaiting test results.”
Three members of the media tested positive last Friday.
This comes after White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced she tested positive for the virus and is starting the quarantine process today.
The statement also wishes Kayleigh McEnany a swift recovery.
Read the full statement:
“We wish Kayleigh, the president and everyone else struggling with the virus a swift recovery. As of this moment we are not aware of additional cases among White House journalists, though we know some are awaiting test results. We strongly encourage our members to continue following CDC guidance on mask-wearing and distancing — especially when at the White House — and urge journalists to seek testing if they were potentially exposed.”