Biden has examined constructive once more for COVID-19 and can proceed to be remoted

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!

President Biden continues on Wednesday tested positive for coronavirus and will therefore maintain its “strict isolation measures,” says the White House physician.

Kevin O’Connor said in a letter Biden, who completed a light workout feeling fine this morning, but “still has the occasional cough, but less than yesterday.

“He remains fever-free and in good spirits. His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain completely normal,” O’Connor added. “His lungs remain clear.”

“Given his positive rebound result that we reported on Saturday, we have continued daily monitoring. His SARS-CoV-2 antigen test remained positive this morning,” the doctor also said.

BIDEN SHARES VIDEO AFTER TESTING POSITIVE AGAIN FOR COVID

President Biden speaks from the balcony of the Blue Room of the White House, Monday, Aug. 1, in Washington.
(Jim Watson/Pool via AP)

Biden will remain isolated and, according to O’Connor, “conduct the business of the American people from the executive residence.”

CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS PROGRAM

Read the letter here:

O’Connor said last week that Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on Tuesday night, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Friday morning, but tested positive for the antigen on Saturday morning.

BIDEN ‘PLAYS TOO LOOSE’ WITH CDC MASK MANAGER AFTER NEGATIVE COVID TEST, DOCTOR SAYS ‘NOT GOOD’

On Friday, July 22, President Biden attends a hands-on meeting with his economic team in the South Room Auditorium at the White House complex in Washington, DC.

On Friday, July 22, President Biden attends a hands-on meeting with his economic team in the South Room Auditorium at the White House complex in Washington, DC.
(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

President tested positive for the coronavirus for the first time on July 21.

Fox News’ Adam Sabes contributed to this report.

Leave a Comment