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 – President Joe Biden tested negative for that coronavirus and can continue his isolation until he tests negative for again.
The president’s physician, Kevin O’Connor, authored inside a memo that Biden tested negative Saturday. ”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 said.
Biden has isolated within the White-colored House since last Saturday after testing positive for that coronavirus. Patients treated using the antiviral medication Paxlovid sometimes experience a rebound situation of COVID-19.
His second infection came 72 hours after he was cleared from the virus. He tested negative after an initial infection This summer 21.
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.
Paxlovid is an 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 vaccinated and boosted from the virus.
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