President Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid-19.
Biden has minor symptoms and tests positive for COVID-19.
Jill Biden, the first lady, claimed the president is "doing good" and that she had tested negative.
Biden's press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, said in a statement that the vice president is dealing with "quite slight symptoms" despite being completely immunised and having received two Covid booster doses.
Biden is suffering "extremely modest symptoms," according to a statement from his press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. Biden is completely immunised and has gotten two Covid booster shots.
Even though the 79-year-old president is completely immunised and has received two booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre reports that he is only exhibiting "very moderate symptoms."
Biden's prior Tuesday test result was negative.
Soon after, a video of Biden speaking from a White House balcony was shared by the account. Keep the faith, everything will work out, he advised.
Biden has reportedly begun using Paxlovid, a Covid-testing patient's risk of hospitalization-reducing antiviral drug from Pfizer, according to the press secretary.
Symptoms for the president include a dry cough, a runny nose, and exhaustion, according to a memo from White House doctor Kevin O'Connor. These symptoms started on Wednesday night, according to O'Connor.
The doctor said, "I anticipate that he will respond well, as most maximally protected patients do."
On Thursday morning in Detroit, First Lady Jill Biden told reporters that her husband is "feeling terrific."
“I talked to him just a few minutes ago, he’s doing fine,” Jill Biden said.
According to Jean-Pierre, Biden will remain in isolation until he has a virus-free test result. On Thursday, he will conduct all of his scheduled meetings virtually.
At 2 p.m. ET, Jean-Pierre will attend a press conference with Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House's Covid response coordinator.
It was not known which of those representatives the CDC regarded as Biden's close contacts.
The president received additional oxygen twice while being treated in the hospital, according to Trump's physician. He had also taken remdesivir, an antiviral medication.
Trump revealed that he and former first lady Melania Trump had both tested positive for Covid in a tweet on October 2, 2020.
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