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President Biden tests positive again for COVID-19 in ‘rebound’ situation

President Joe Biden has tested positive again for COVID-19 as doctors say it makes sense as a result of “rebound” situation using the virus.

Patrick Colson-Cost, USA TODAY

WASHINGTON&nbsp– President Joe Biden&nbsptested negative for that coronavirus and can continue his isolation until he tests negative for again.&nbsp

The president’s physician, Kevin O’Connor, authored inside a memo that Biden tested negative Saturday.&nbsp”Obama is constantly on the feel well,” he authored.

“In a good amount of caution, obama continues his strict isolation measures pending another negative test as formerly announced,” O’Connor&nbspsaid.

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Biden has&nbspisolated within the White-colored House since last Saturday after testing positive for that coronavirus.&nbspPatients&nbsptreated using the antiviral medication Paxlovid sometimes experience a rebound situation of COVID-19.

His second infection&nbspcame 72 hours after he was&nbspcleared from the virus. He tested negative after an&nbspinitial infection This summer 21.&nbsp

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Monday, Biden and first lady Jill Biden are scheduled to go to eastern Kentucky to go to families impacted by flooding that ravaged the location.&nbsp

Paxlovid is&nbspan at-home antiviral therapy for individuals at greater risk for certain illness from COVID-19. Biden, 79, what food was in risk due to his age. He’s&nbspvaccinated and boosted from the virus.

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