The White House announced on Tuesday that U.S. first lady
Jill Biden had tested positive for COVID-19. She has very minor symptoms. President Joe Biden, who recently overcame the virus, has continued to test negative.
US first Lady Jill Biden

US’s First lady Jill Biden tests positive for coronavirus

As part of her usual testing on Monday, the 71-year-old first lady Jill Biden came back negative. But a PCR test she underwent after experiencing cold-like symptoms was positive, according to her spokesman.
According to recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), President Biden will wear a mask for 10 days indoors.
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First Lady Jill Biden

First lady Jill Biden need to isolate for at least five days

When is near to others because he is seen as a close contact of the first lady, according to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.
On Tuesday, he intends to travel back to Washington to sign a significant healthcare and climate bill in the afternoon before making his way to his home in Wilmington, Delaware.

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The testing frequency for the president will also be increased, and Jean-Pierre reported the results. On August 7, the president recovered from a recurrence of the illness.
First Lady Jill Biden


According to her spokeswoman, Jill Biden, who like her husband has had two doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
And also two doses of boosters have been prescribed a course of Paxlovid.
She will isolate in her vacation home for at least five days.
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