South Carolina Gov_ Henry McMaster has tested positive for the coronavirus and is slated to receive outpatient antibody treatment for “mild symptoms.”By MEG KINNARD Associated PressDecember 22, 2020, 7:27 PM• 3 min readCOLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has tested positive for the coronavirus and was slated to receive outpatient antibody treatment for “mild symptoms,” his office said Tuesday.McMaster, 73, learned he had tested positive late Monday following a test “due to coming into close contact with the COVID-19 virus,” his office said in a release. McMaster’s wife, 73-year-old Peggy McMaster, tested positive last week but remains asymptomatic, officials said.On the advice of his personal physician, the governor was slated to receive monoclonal antibody treatment Tuesday, which his office called a “preventative measure for those with mild to moderate symptoms.” Saying that McMaster was in “good spirits” and continued to carry on his official duties, his office said the governor was “experiencing mild symptoms with a cough and slight fatigue.”The governor was tested last week at the same time as his wife but had a negative result at the time, his office said.Both McMasters had attended a Christmas event at the White House earlier last week and took


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