COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – Governor Henry McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster continue to recover from COVID-19.
Both have been in isolation for much of the holiday after contracting the virus earlier this month.
Peggy McMaster was first diagnosed with COVID-19 on December 18th following a “precautionary routine test,” and entered isolation immediately after. According to a spokesman for the Governor’s office, Brian Symmes, the first lady was asymptomatic.
Gov. McMaster tested positive for the virus only days later and experienced mild symptoms with a cough and slight fatigue.
Symmes noted that Peggy McMaster’s isolation period came to an end on Sunday and the Governor will finish his isolation period on December 31st.
He said both “are feeling great.”