Karen Jean-Pierre, the White House’s Undersecretary of the Press, has announced a positive test for Govt-19 following Biden’s trip to Europe.

“The last time I saw the President was during a community telecommunication meeting yesterday. The President was not in close contact as defined by the CDC guidelines. Report Sunday evening.

Jean-Pierre, 44, said he was experiencing “mild symptoms” and would work from home after a five-day isolation period and a negative Govt-19 test.

He had traveled in Air Force One with the President and his entourage Four-day work in Europe Mobilize the world’s democracies and announce a series of actions against Russia’s occupation of Ukraine. Prior to the trip, the White House press secretary Jen Saki He reported a positive test for Covit-19 for the second time and also experienced mild symptoms.
And earlier in March, the second Gentleman Doug Mhoff The first or second known test case of Kovit-19 in families after Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris took office in January 2021 was positively tested for the virus.

The president’s last publicly known negative Kovit-19 test was Friday, the day he left Brussels for Warsaw.

Inside the White House over the past month, according to federal public health guidelines, officials and visitors are not required to wear masks or social breaks. Visitors are expected to undergo a Govt-19 test before attending official White House events.

The Govt-19 cases in Washington, DC fell from a peak in early January, when the country faced a wave of Omigron variation cases.

The story was updated on Sunday with additional information.

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