President Biden tests negative for Covid and will end strict quarantine
President Joe Biden, who tested positive for Covid-19 this morning, posted on Twitter “Everyone, I’m doing great. Thank you for your concern. Just called Senator Casey, Representative Cartwright and Mayor Cognetti (and my Scranton cousins!) to offer my condolences for missing our event today.”
Courtesy: White House
Chairperson Joe Biden has tested negative for Covid-19 twice since Tuesday night and will end the strict isolation measures he has followed since contracting the coronavirus last week, the White House doctor said in a statement. new letter.
That letter was made public when the White House announced that Biden would make remarks in the Rose Garden at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday. The announcement does not reveal what he will be talking about.
Biden, 79 years old, diagnosed on Thursday with Covid. The White House that day said Biden was experiencing “very mild symptoms.” Biden is fully vaccinated and has received two boosters of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine.
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