GOP South Carolina Governor Is Sick With COVID

The Charleston Post & Courier reports:

Gov. Henry McMaster tested positive for COVID-19 and will undergo an antibody treatment, his office announced Tuesday. The 73-year-old Republican governor is experiencing mild symptoms, including coughing and fatigue.

The diagnosis comes five days after first lady Peggy McMaster, also 73, took a routine test that revealed she had the virus. She remains asymptomatic and both are in good spirits, said the governor’s spokesman, Brian Symmes.