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Washington, D.C. — The Office of Attending Physician notified some congressional staff members on Wednesday in an email of a possible coronavirus exposure that may have occurred among attendees at the recent AIPAC meeting in D.C.
It could not be immediately determined how many received the email and the breadth of its distribution.
“The Office of Attending Physician has been made aware of an informational memo sent by AIPAC regarding a possible coronavirus exposure that may have occurred regarding attendees at the recent AIPAC meeting in Washington, DC,” the email stated.
AIPAC referred CNBC to its tweet when asked for comment.
The memo, according to the email, “describes a potential exposure based on…