Douglas Heye is the ex-deputy chief of staff to former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, a GOP strategist and a CNN political commentator. Follow him on Twitter @dougheye. The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author’s own. View more opinion on CNN. (CNN)That two members of Congress (Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart and Ben McAdams) have now tested positive for the COVID-19 should not be a surprise. If anything, it’s surprising we have not seen this sooner. On Wednesday, March 11, I was in the Capitol and the three main office buildings of the House of Representatives for meetings scheduled with several members of Congress from both parties. That happened to be the day that the World Health Organization declared that the COVID-19 had become a pandemic. In the course of planning these meetings, I made clear to the two people I shepherded through the House that, with the news surrounding coronavirus and some members going into self-quarantine, these were not normal times in the Capitol — the buildings would be empty compared to a typical congressional workday and that handshaking would likely be at a minimum.Boy, was I wrong.From the very beginning, entering the Capitol, it appeared as business as


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