Vice President Mike Pence and his wife have tested negative for the novel coronavirus, a spokeswoman said late Saturday. The two were tested following news that an unnamed member of his office had tested positive for the virus. Pence said that “neither the president or I had direct contact” with the staffer, who he said was “doing well” with “mild cold like symptoms.” Pence’s press secretary, Katie Miller, previously confirmed that the individual had no “close contact” with President Trump or Pence—who spearheads the White House’s coronavirus task force. “Further contact tracing is being conducted in accordance with CDC guidelines,” Miller said, according to The Wall Street Journal. Pence’s office was made aware of the diagnosis Friday night. This comes after the White House said Trump tested negative for the coronavirus late last week.