US President Joe Biden has tested negative for the coronavirus, which he re-infected a week ago. This is stated in a statement by his doctor, Kevin O'Connor, on the White House website.
“This morning his SARS-CoV-2 antigen test was negative,”— the message says.
However, the American president will remain in quarantine until his recovery confirms a second test.
Biden took office in January 2021. In December 2019, a medical report called Biden “a healthy, energetic 77-year-old who is fit to successfully fulfill his presidential duties.” At the same time, shortly before taking office, doctors diagnosed Biden with several problems in the cardiovascular and digestive systems.
On July 21, it became known that he had contracted the coronavirus. O'Connor then said that the disease was mild, the head of state had a runny nose, fatigue, dry cough, and a sore throat. Biden took a second negative test on July 27, but got positive again three days later. However, the doctor noted that, in general, the president feels good, although his cough has returned.
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