Sen. Ron Johnson will not be traveling with President Donald Trump for his visit to Mosinee tonight due to COVID-19 exposure, Johnson's office said Thursday.
Johnson was informed that he was exposed to someone on Monday who tested positive for the coronavirus, his office said in a statement.
"Sen. Johnson is experiencing no symptoms, but was tested late Wednesday because he was scheduled to travel with the president today," said Ben Voelkel, Communications Director.
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Johnson tested negative for the coronavirus but has been placed in quarantine until Sept. 29.
President Trump is traveling to Mosinee for a "Great American Comeback" rally.