Senate Hearing Testimonies To Take Place Remotely
ALL OF THE WITNESSES IN SENATE HEALTH COMMITTEE HEARING WILL TESTIFY REMOTELY
(CNN0 – All witnesses for Tuesday’ Senate health committee will now testify remotely.
Two of them and the committee chair are in quarantine, after being exposed to coronavirus.
Committee chair senator Lamar Alexander announced the change on Sunday night.
It affects the Assistant Health and Human Services Secretary and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The other two witnesses were already scheduled to join by videoconference.
They’re CDC head doctor Robert Redfield and Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn.
Fauci, Redfield and Hahn were all exposed to coronavirus at the White House.
Alexander is in self-quarantine also.
His office said on Sunday, someone on his staff has tested positive for the virus.