U.S. Vice President Mike Pence would not be deterred.

His press secretary, Katie Miller, had tested positive for the new coronavirus early Friday. Air Force Two sat on the tarmac of Joint Base Andrews outside Washington later in the morning, engines running, as six aides who’d been in contact with Miller left to be tested for infection and sent home to quarantine.

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