Former Arkansas Gov. David Pryor hospitalized with COVID-19

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FILE - Former U.S. Senators David Pryor, right, and Dale Bumpers, both D-Ark., laugh at a joke during a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2013, at the Governor's Mansion in Little Rock, Ark. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Monday, July 13, 2020, said that the state needs to work to lower its number of new daily cases of the coronavirus and that Pryor, a former Arkansas governor and U.S. senator, had been hospitalized with the virus. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The family of David Pryor, a former Arkansas governor and U.S. senator, says he’s hospitalized in Little Rock after testing positive for COVID-19. The family’s statement said David Pryor and his wife Barbara Pryor both received positive test results Friday. Barbara Pryor, who didn’t have symptoms, is quarantining at home but David Pryor, who is 85 and a stroke and heart attack survivor, was admitted Saturday to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The family says he’s “responding well in the hospital.” Gov. Asa Hutchinson said  Monday that news that the Pryors had tested positive “illustrates that no one is immune.”