She has no symptoms.
Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for COVID-19 via rapid and PCR tests on Tuesday, according to her office.
Harris, who got his second booster shot on April 1, has no symptoms.
The vice president, 57, will isolate himself and work from home, Harris’s press secretary Kristen Allen said in a statement.
“She has not been in close contact with the president or first lady because of their respective recent travel plans,” the statement said. “She will follow the CDC’s guidelines and the advice of her doctors. The Vice President will return to the White House when she tests negative.”
Harris and President Joe Biden were last seen together on April 18 at the White House Easter Egg Roll.
Harris traveled to California on April 18 and returned to Washington on Monday.
Harris’ husband, second lord Doug Emhoff, tested positive for COVID-19 last month.
Senator Chris Murphy, D-Conn., Also tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday.
He said he felt “mild symptoms overnight.”
“I’m sure if I had not been fully vaccinated, I would have been much worse off. So remember to get your booster!” he tweeted.
Late. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Also tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, his office said. He experiences minor symptoms.
ABC’s Karen Travers reports:
ABC News’ Sarah Kolinovsky and Molly Nagle contributed to this report.