WASHINGTON (AP) -- UPDATE 10:50 p.m.
White House: Top Pence aide tests positive for coronavirus, vice president to maintain travel schedule.
A spokesman says Vice President Mike Pence will continue with his aggressive campaign schedule after his chief of staff, Marc Short, tested positive for the coronavirus Saturday.
Pence spokesman Devin O'Malley says Pence and his wife, Karen Pence, both tested negative for the virus on Saturday and remain in good health.
Short is Pence's closest aide and the vice president is considered a "close contact" under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
O'Malley says that "in consultation with the White House Medical Unit, the Vice President will maintain his schedule in accordance with the CDC guidelines for essential personnel.
Those guidelines mandate that essential workers exposed to someone with the coronavirus closely monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 and wear a mask whenever around other people.
After a day of campaigning Saturday, Pence was seen wearing a mask as he returned to Washington aboard Air Force Two once the news of Short's diagnosis was made public.
The Vice President, who leads the White House coronavirus task force, held a rally in Tallahassee, Florida, on Saturday.
Vice President Pence is scheduled to visit Hibbing on Monday for a "Make American Great Again Victory Rally" at the Range Regional Airport.