Two staff members of Idaho Governor test positive for COVID-19

Two of Idaho Governor Brad Little’s staff members have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Officials say the two staff members did not have direct contact with Gov. Little while they were infectious.

It hasn’t been reported when the staff members tested positive for COVID-19, other than it happened “since the onset of the pandemic.”

As of Monday, the governor has not been tested for the coronavirus.

The governor’s office follows guidelines to lessen the spread of the virus, including staff wearing cloth face masks, physical distancing, routine cleaning of shared areas and using hand sanitizer.

Staff members are also urged to face masks while working and in their off time. (KTVB)