Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul says he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Raoul says he started feeling symptoms over the weekend, and was tested on Monday. The test came back positive on Tuesday.
“I have been self-isolating since the onset of my symptoms, and I will continue to do so in accordance with guidance from my doctor and public health authorities. Additionally, we are in the process of notifying individuals I may have come into contact with so that they can self-isolate and seek telehealth guidance.
Raoul says he remains in contact with his staff as he is isolating at home, and says his symptoms are mild.