United States.- At the end of his most recent COVID-19 isolation, President Joe Biden walked out of the White House for the first time since he was infected with the coronavirus last month, and prepared to meet with first lady Jill Biden. in her home state of Delaware.
The president tested negative on Saturday and Sundayaccording to his doctor, clearing the way for him to come out of an isolation that lasted longer than expected due to a case of virus rebound. “He will safely return to public engagement and presidential travel,” Dr. Kevin O’Connor wrote.
“I feel great,” he said. Biden before boarding Marine One in front of the White House.
It was expected that Biden spend the day at Rehoboth Beach, a popular vacation destination.
Biden originally tested positive on July 21 and began taking the antiviral drug Paxlovid, which is intended to decrease the likelihood of serious illness from the virus. According to his doctor, his vital signs Biden they remained normal throughout the infection, but their symptoms included a runny nose, cough, sore throat, and body aches.
After being isolated for several days, Biden tested negative on July 26 and 27, when he gave a speech in the Rose Garden, telling Americans they can “live without fear” of the virus by getting booster shots, getting the virus test if they get sick and seek treatment.
But Biden contracted a rare rebound case of COVID-19 on July 30, forcing him to self-isolate again. He occasionally delivered speeches from a White House balcony, such as when he marked the assassination of an Al Qaeda leader or a solid job report.
He continued to test positive until Saturday, when he received his first negative result. While the president isolated himself in the White House residence, the first lady remained in Delaware.
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The Bidens They are scheduled to visit Kentucky on Monday to view flood damage and meet with families.