“This morning, the president’s test for the SARS-CoV-2 antigen was negative. for a second day in a row,” Presidential Physician Kevin O’Connor wrote. in letter on Sunday. “He will return safely to public engagement and presidential trips.
Biden tested negative on antigen test Saturday too, but remained in isolation until Sunday morning before departure for Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Departure from the White House for Rehoboth Beach, the president told reporters he “feels like good”, saying: “After 18 days, I clear!”
According to the US Centers for Disease control and prevention, “People with repetition of Symptoms of COVID-19 or new positive viral test after a negative test should run again isolation and isolate again for at least 5 days.”
CDC issues warning to doctors on May 24 reports that symptoms of Covid-19 sometimes show up back and this can just to be how infection plays out in few people despite of whether they are vaccinated or treated with medicines such as Paxlovid. The CDC stated that most relapse cases are associated with mild illness and that there have been no reports. of serious illness.
Biden is fully vaccinated and received two booster shots. he got his first two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 Vaccine Ahead of his inauguration in January 2021, his first booster shot in September and his second revaccination in March.
This story and the title was updated with additional events Sunday.