Another White House staff member has tested positive for coronavirus, US media reported on Wednesday, the latest case among Donald Trump’s administration since last week’s election.
Political Director Brian Jack’s diagnosis came this weekend, after attending an Election Day event on Nov. 3 at the White House, CNN and The New York Times reported.
Another adviser also tested positive, the newspaper said, but was not identified and it was not specified whether the person was attending election night events at the president’s residence.
These new cases add to recent positive coronavirus results for Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, and his aide David Bossie, who has been hired to lead the protests. legal documents of the President regarding the results of the elections.
In October, Trump himself tested positive for the virus, which has killed more than 240,000 people in the United States, but quickly returned to the election campaign after medics gave him a battery of treatments, including a cocktail. of experimental antibody.
Trump’s wife, son, and several advisers and aides have also fallen ill with the virus since last month.
The number of new infections, which topped 2.00,000 in the Johns Hopkins University tally on Tuesday, has broken records in the past two weeks.
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