Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon was potentially exposed to COVID-19 and is self-quarantining for 14 days, his office announced Monday.
Gordon was potentially exposed to a person who tested positive while at a meeting where attendees took precautionary measures, including wearing masks for the entire meeting.
Gordon took a rapid test at the Laramie County Health Department upon learning of the potential exposure, and he tested negative, according to his office.
He is awaiting a secondary test and is quarantining as a precaution until Nov. 11.