Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has tested positive for COVID-19, he announced Friday afternoon.
“As part of a regular testing protocol, I underwent routine COVID-19 testing on Friday, November 13 in Carson City. A rapid test provided a positive result,” he wrote on Twitter.
Sisolak said he is currently experiencing no symptoms, though earlier in the week he “felt a little fatigue, which I attributed to my demanding schedule.”
The Democratic governor, 66, previously tested negative on Nov. 2 and Nov. 6, he said.
He is still awaiting results from a PCR test, which is more accurate than a rapid test.
“Consistent with guidelines from the CDC and the DHHS, I am isolating and continuing to monitor my symptoms,” Sisolak said. “All public events have been canceled at this time. I remain in constant contact with my staff and my Cabinet and the work of the Governor’s Office will continue remotely.”