The Hill reports:
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said on Thursday that he and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, an indication that they have previously been infected with the disease.
“We each tested positive for coronavirus antibodies this month. While those antibodies could make us less likely to be re-infected or infect others, there is still too much uncertainty over what protection antibodies may actually provide. So we will keep following CDC guidelines,” Kaine said in a statement.
Antibody tests, also known as serologic tests, determine whether someone has had the virus in the past. They are different from diagnostic tests that determine whether someone currently has the virus.
And all eyes turn to Rand Paul.