A staff member of the Kansas Legislature has tested positive for the coronavirus and is now self-quarantining at home.
Tom Day, the director of Legislative Administrative Services, sent an email late Tuesday to leading lawmakers explaining the situation.
The staffer has been working from home since last week after officials were notified that both of the individual's parents had tested positive for the virus.
The person, who was not identified, has not had any contact with a lawmaker for at least three weeks, the email said.
Any staff member who's been in contact with the person during . . .