Women's Health

Jill Biden tests positive for Covid while on vacation with close family


Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 and has

Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 and has “mild symptoms,” the East Wing said in a statement Tuesday morning. The positive diagnosis comes as the Bidens wrap up their family vacation to Kiawah Island, South Carolina – and just 10 days after President Joe Biden, 79, finally ended his coronavirus battle in isolation . The first couple just reunited in Delaware on Sunday, August 7 after more than two weeks apart after Biden’s first positive diagnosis on July 21. They spent almost a week together before Jill also came down with COVID.

President Biden remains safe from the virus this time around, receiving a negative antigen test result on Tuesday morning.

President Biden remains safe from the virus this time around, receiving a negative antigen test result on Tuesday morning.

President Biden remains safe from the virus this time around, receiving a negative antigen test result on Tuesday morning. “As per CDC guidelines, as he is a close contact with the First Lady, he will mask up for 10 days indoors and near others,” the White House said. “We will also increase the cadence of the President’s tests and report those results.” The White House said Biden would keep his normal schedule.

For the remainder of the day, the president is scheduled to return to the White House from South Carolina to sign the Cut Inflation Act before returning home to Wilmington, Delaware, later Tuesday evening.  Jill's spokeswoman, Elizabeth Alexander, said she tested negative for coronavirus on Monday morning, before starting to experience

For the remainder of the day, the president is scheduled to return to the White House from South Carolina to sign the Cut Inflation Act before returning home to Wilmington, Delaware, later Tuesday evening.  Jill's spokeswoman, Elizabeth Alexander, said she tested negative for coronavirus on Monday morning, before starting to experience

For the remainder of the day, the president is scheduled to return to the White House from South Carolina to sign the Cut Inflation Act before returning home to Wilmington, Delaware, later Tuesday evening. Jill’s spokeswoman, Elizabeth Alexander, said she tested negative for coronavirus on Monday morning, before starting to experience “cold-like symptoms” later Monday evening. “Close contacts of the First Lady have been notified,” Alexander added. The first lady is fully vaccinated and lined. Pictured: Jill Biden outside this week with her granddaughter Finnegan Biden.

Her antigen test, which she took after she started experiencing symptoms, came back negative.  But a subsequent PCR test gave a positive result.  This is the first time Jill has had COVID, East Wing said.  She kept her distance from her husband when he had the virus last month, staying in Delaware while he self-isolated at the White House.  She was scheduled to travel to Florida on Thursday for a Warriors Games event, but will have to cancel those plans.  Jill's office said the first lady will remain in a

Her antigen test, which she took after she started experiencing symptoms, came back negative.  But a subsequent PCR test gave a positive result.  This is the first time Jill has had COVID, East Wing said.  She kept her distance from her husband when he had the virus last month, staying in Delaware while he self-isolated at the White House.  She was scheduled to travel to Florida on Thursday for a Warriors Games event, but will have to cancel those plans.  Jill's office said the first lady will remain in a

Her antigen test, which she took after she started experiencing symptoms, came back negative. But a subsequent PCR test gave a positive result. This is the first time Jill has had COVID, East Wing said. She kept her distance from her husband when he had the virus last month, staying in Delaware while he self-isolated at the White House. She was scheduled to travel to Florida on Thursday for a Warriors Games event, but will have to cancel those plans. Jill’s office said the first lady will remain at a “private residence in South Carolina and return home after receiving two consecutive negative COVID tests.” She started a series of Paxlovid treatments. Pictured: Jill Biden with Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen.

The first lady did not join the President, Hunter Biden and his wife Melissa Cohen when they visited the Beach Club at Kiawah Island on Monday evening.  The day before, however, Jill was photographed on a bike ride with President Biden and their granddaughter Finnegan, daughter of Hunter Biden.

The first lady did not join the President, Hunter Biden and his wife Melissa Cohen when they visited the Beach Club at Kiawah Island on Monday evening.  The day before, however, Jill was photographed on a bike ride with President Biden and their granddaughter Finnegan, daughter of Hunter Biden.

The first lady did not join the President, Hunter Biden and his wife Melissa Cohen when they visited the Beach Club at Kiawah Island on Monday evening. The day before, however, Jill was photographed on a bike ride with President Biden and their granddaughter Finnegan, daughter of Hunter Biden.

Later on Sunday afternoon, she was spotted shopping with Finnegan (pictured) and Cohen at Freshfields Village stores on Kiawah Island.  President Biden, who is also fully vaccinated and doubly boosted, first tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, July 21.  White House physician Kevin O'Conner has issued daily letters about the president's condition, noting that throughout his infection he experiences symptoms including a runny nose, cough, sore throat and body aches.

Later on Sunday afternoon, she was spotted shopping with Finnegan (pictured) and Cohen at Freshfields Village stores on Kiawah Island.  President Biden, who is also fully vaccinated and doubly boosted, first tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, July 21.  White House physician Kevin O'Conner has issued daily letters about the president's condition, noting that throughout his infection he experiences symptoms including a runny nose, cough, sore throat and body aches.

Later on Sunday afternoon, she was spotted shopping with Finnegan (pictured) and Cohen at Freshfields Village stores on Kiawah Island. President Biden, who is also fully vaccinated and doubly boosted, first tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, July 21. White House physician Kevin O’Conner has issued daily letters about the president’s condition, noting that throughout his infection he experiences symptoms including a runny nose, cough, sore throat and body aches.

After self-isolating for at least five days, Biden tested negative on July 26 and 27.  He gave a speech at the Rose Garden on July 27 with a message of hope for boosted Americans that they can now

After self-isolating for at least five days, Biden tested negative on July 26 and 27.  He gave a speech at the Rose Garden on July 27 with a message of hope for boosted Americans that they can now

After self-isolating for at least five days, Biden tested negative on July 26 and 27. He gave a speech at the Rose Garden on July 27 with a message of hope for boosted Americans that they can now “live fearlessly” from the virus. The president, however, came down with a rebound case on July 30, forcing him back into solitary confinement until August 7, when he returned to Delaware to be reunited with his wife. Now, just a week later, the two are going their separate ways again, this time it was Jill who caught the virus.

soundhealthandlastingwealth

Back to top button