Rep. Jim Gergory quarantines after positive COVID-19 test

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WTAJ) — State Rep. Jim Gregory, from Blair County, is under quarantine after learning his COVID-19 test was positive for the virus.

According to Gregory’s staff, he was last in the Capitol on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and his Hollidaysburg office on Monday, Nov. 9, saying he was wearing a mask both days. He’s reportedly giving continual updates to the House human resources personnel as well.

“My symptoms started in a minor way that initially made me believe I had a head cold. When I developed a fever, I eliminated contact with others and sought out a COVID-19 test,” Gregory said in a statement.

Gregory’s district offices in Hollidaysburg and Bellwood are closed to walk-in visitors. They will reopen Monday, Nov. 23. In the meantime, constituents can call 814-695-2398 or submit an email via Gregory`s website at

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