Newly unveiled internal documents suggest that nearly a dozen U.S. Secret Service members have tested positive for COVID-19, Yahoo News reports.
According to documents from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that were obtained by the news outlet, there were 11 active cases at the agency as of Thursday.
An additional 23 Secret Service members have reportedly recovered from coronavirus. Another 60 employees are allegedly self-quarantining.
It is not immediately clear if any have recently been working at the White House or have had any contact with President Trump or Vice President Pence.
“To protect the privacy of our employee’s health information and for operational security, the Secret Service is not releasing how many of its employees have tested positive for COVID-19, nor how many of its employees were, or currently are, quarantined,” Justine Whelan, a Secret Service spokeswoman, told Yahoo News when asked about the documents.
News of coronavirus spreading among Secret Service members comes amid reports this week that multiple White House officials have tested positive for COVID-19.
On Friday, President Trump revealed that Katie Miller, the vice president’s press secretary and the wife of senior White House adviser Stephen Miller, had contracted the virus.
And on Thursday, one of the president’s personal valets tested positive after exhibiting symptoms of coronavirus earlier in the week.