First Lady Jill Biden defeats COVID-19, she can get out of sunstroke

First Lady Jill Biden recovers from Covid 19 and departs from hospital
First Lady Jill Biden recovers from Covid 19 and departs from hospital

First Lady Jill Biden will leave the residence in South Carolina, where she was in isolation for five days, after contracting COVID-19, but President Biden's wife tested negative for two recent tests

With negative results to two COVID-19 tests, First Lady Jill Biden will be able to leave the residence in South Carolina where she was insolation.

“After five days and receiving two negative COVID-19 test results, the First Lady will leave South Carolina for Delaware today,” said spokeswoman Elizabeth Alexander.

On August 16, First Lady Jill Biden tested positive for a COVID-19 PCR test, after having tested negative for rapid tests, although she had mild symptoms.

Her spokesperson then indicated that after testing negative for COVID-19 during her regular test, the First Lady began to develop cold-like symptoms, so she was tested again.

“He was negative again on a rapid antigen test, but a PCR test came back positive,” Alexander confirmed.

The wife of President Joe Biden has her two vaccines and two boosters, in addition to following a Paxlovid treatment , the same drug prescribed to the president.

It was not reported if any of the people who were close to the First Lady tested positive for COVID-19.

It had been anticipated that Jill Biden would leave isolation once two consecutive tests for the virus were negative.

President Biden no longer tested negative, after his relapse to COVID-19 infection , but he has five days left of wearing a mask indoors.

“[President Biden] will wear a mask for 10 days indoors and when around other people,” a White House spokesman said on August 16.

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