Two lawmakers have tested positive for coronavirus on Capitol Hill, the first to be diagnosed. Congressmen Mario Diaz-Balart, Republican of Florida, and Ben McAdams, a Utah Democrat, both tested positive for the COVID-19, according to press releases from their offices. The two were last seen at the Capitol on Friday when the House voted on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act alongside hundreds of other members.  This comes as at least 17 members in the House of Representatives have self-quarantined after coming into contact with an individual or individuals who later tested positive for the virus. Diaz-Balart said in his statement that he developed symptoms including a headache and fever Saturday evening, and the test results came back positive on Wednesday.  “I want everyone to know that I am feeling much better,” Diaz-Balart said.  He urged “everyone take this extremely seriously and follow CDC guidelines.” He said he chose to self-quarantine in Washington, D.C., since his wife in South Florida has some pre-existing conditions, and he did not want to expose her to the virus. “We must continue to work together to emerge stronger as a country during these trying times,” Diaz-Balart said. Soon after Diaz-Balart announced his infection, McAdams said he, too, had tested positive for

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