President Biden tests positive for COVID-19 again
President had reportedly recovered from disease already.
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President Biden on Saturday tested positive for COVID-19 again, the White House state in a statement.
A statement was from the White House physician and said the 79-year-old president tested positive "late Saturday morning" after multiple negative tests earlier in the week. He returned to in-person work Wednesday, after having tested positive days earlier. The situation of getting COVID soon after having already contracted the virus is frequently referred to as "rebound" COVID.
Biden "has experienced no reemergence of symptoms, and continues to feel quite well," said White House Physician to the President Kevin O'Connor.
The president "will reinitiate strict isolation procedures," O'Connor also said in the statement.
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