U.S. Congressman, Kevin Brady has tested positive for the coronavirus nearly two weeks after receiving his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

Brady, a Republican, said the House physician told him on Tuesday night that he contracted the coronavirus and that he must now in quarantine. He added that he received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Dec. 18 and last tested negative for the coronavirus on Jan. 1.

The lawmaker said he would receive treatment today and should “be fine.”

U.S. Congressman, Kevin Brady tests positive for COVID-19 two weeks after receiving first dose of  Pfizer vaccine

The US passed 21 million cases of the coronavirus on Tuesday, January 5, according to Johns Hopkins University,