National security advisor Robert O'Brien tests positive for coronavirus
The president's top national security advisor reportedly tested positive for the novel virus following a family event
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National security advisor Robert O'Brien has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to several news reports Monday morning.
A source told Bloomberg News that O'Brien has been out of office since late last week.
He has reportedly been self-isolating and conducting most of his work by phone. O'Brien reportedly contracted the virus at a family gathering.
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