WASHINGTON (WJZ) — At least two people who attended the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference in Washington, D.C., tested positive for the coronavirus, the organization and health officials confirmed.
In a statement Friday, AIPAC said both patients were from New York. D.C. health officials said there was no risk to other conference attendees.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Nor'Easter Snowstorm Arrives
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On Saturday, the organization said health officials in D.C. told them neither patient reported any symptoms while they were at the conference.
A person from New Jersey who attended the Conservative Political Action Conference in Prince George’s County also has a confirmed case of coronavirus, Gov. Larry Hogan’s office said Saturday evening.MORE NEWS: Hundreds Of COVID-19 Tests Thrown Out From Ripken Stadium After Lab Shuts Down Over Outbreak
In Maryland, 44 people have been tested for COVID-19; three people, all from Montgomery County, tested positive.