United States President Joe Biden still testing positive for COVID-19according to the antigen test they did this Tuesday, but he is fine and will continue to be isolated to avoid infecting other people.
This was stated in the report by his doctor, Dr. Kevin OŽConnor, released by the White House, according to which all the president’s levels — temperature, pulse, blood pressure, breathing and blood oxygen — are “completely normal”.
The doctor added that Biden’s lungs are clean and explained that he will continue with the daily surveillance of the president’s health, who will maintain his “strict isolation measures.”
Biden, who according to the doctor is “conscientiously following” this recommendation to prevent others from becoming infected and protect everyone who works around him, will continue to work from your residence at the White House.
Joe Biden’s COVID chart
On July 21, the White House announced that Biden had been infected with COVID-19, and that he had “mild symptoms.” The diagnosis led to the suspension of the bilateral meeting that the US president had agreed with the Argentine president, Alberto Fernández, for July 27 at the White House.
From that moment on, mandatory isolation was decreed. Biden continued to work from the White House. His doctor prescribed the antiviral Paxlovid, and over the next few days he reported improvements every day. On July 27, she was released from isolation after testing negative the day before.
However, after testing negative for four consecutive days, an antigen test last Saturday showed that the virus was still present in the body of the president, who returned to isolate himself.