HARRISBURG (AP)- Gov. Tom Wolf says he has tested negative for the coronavirus a second time since testing positive earlier last week. Wolf tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 on Tuesday. He has said he felt no symptoms. Wolf said on Twitter that it appears his positive test “came at the end of the course of the virus.” Wolf was found to have the virus after he underwent a routine, weekly surveillance test at the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, where he had been working. Wolf said he will continue to quarantine and carry out his duties from home, following CDC and PA Department of Health guidelines for asymptomatic cases of COVID-19.

GOV. TOM WOLF