In the White House reported that the first lady tested positive again for COVID-19
Jill Biden’s COVID test on Wednesday came back positive, White House officials said. The first lady, however, has no symptoms and is feeling fine, and the president’s test today came back negative.
The day before, Jill Biden’s test was negative, the deputy communications director in the first lady’s office said.
“The first lady has had no recurrence of symptoms and will remain in Delaware, where she has resumed her isolation regime,” her deputy communications director, Kelsey Donohue, said in a statement.
Jill Biden tested positive on Aug. 16. She was treated with the drug paxloid and came out of isolation on Aug. 21.
President Biden’s test Wednesday morning was negative, the White House said.
A White House official said the president will wear the mask indoors and around others for 10 days. The White House will also continue to test the president daily and report the results, the source added.