This is our daily update of breaking COVID-19 news for Thursday, January 14th, 2021. Previous daily updates can be found here, and up-to-date statistics are here.

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Here's the latest:

Representative Adriano Espaillat announced on Thursday that he’s tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently quarantining at home.

Espaillat, who represents parts of the Bronx and Manhattan, is the fourth member of Congress who said they tested positive for COVID-19 after the January 6th pro-Trump insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, when many Democratic lawmakers sheltered in rooms with unmasked Republicans.

It was not immediately clear if Espaillat had been in the same room as New Jersey Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal, and Illinois Rep. Brad Schneider, who all announced they tested positive after the riots. Espaillat's staff told reporters that he was "moved to a safe location at the direction of Capitol Police" on January 6th.

Espaillat could not be immediately reached for comment Thursday morning.

Coleman said in a statement Monday she "believes she was exposed during protective isolation in the US Capitol building as a result of insurrectionist riots. As reported by multiple news outlets, a number of members within the space ignored instructions to wear masks."

Six Republican Congressional members were seen refusing masks offered by a colleague during the riots, according to video.

Afterwards, the House passed a resolution Tuesday to levy fines on members who refuse to wear masks on the floor -- $500 for the first offense and then $2,500 for the second offense.

Espaillat also announced that he received the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine sometime last week, and that he understands it takes time for the vaccine to reach full protective efficacy after administration. He received his first dose December 19th.

It can take up to a week to test positive for COVID-19, so Espaillat could have been exposed to the virus prior to receiving his second vaccine dose. Scientists don't know how much efficacy is provided by a single dose of either Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.