Vice President Harris tests negative for COVID-19, returns to in-person work
White House said last week Harris tested positive after returning to Washington following a weeklong trip to home state California
Vice President Kamala Harris has tested negative for COVID-19 after testing positive for the virus about a week ago.
The results of Harris' rapid antigen test were announced Monday.
The White House said last week that Harris tested positive a day after returning to Washington following a weeklong trip to home state California.
Harris recovered at the vice president's home in Washington, D.C., at the Naval Observatory and was taking a prescription of the coronavirus treatment Paxlovid.
The 57-year-old Harris, who is full vaccinated and has received two boosters, will reportedly wear a mask for the next 10 days, per Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
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