Dr. Kevin O’Connor, the physician of President Biden said that the President has tested positive for COVID-19 again. “After being negative on Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Friday morning, the president tested positive on late Saturday morning,” said the doctor.

Dr said Biden is not experiencing symptoms, and feels well. There’s no reason to reinitiate treatment with Paxlovid at this time, but the president will “reinitiate strict isolation procedures.”
Biden announced on Twitter: “Folks, today I tested positive for COVID again. This happens with a small minority of folks. I’ve got no symptoms but I am going to isolate for the safety of everyone around me. I’m still at work, and will be back on the road soon.”
Biden, 79, is fully vaccinated and has had two booster shots. He first tested positive on July 21st.

An antiviral drug Paxlovid was used to treat him for five days.The antiviral drug that has been found highly effective in reducing the risk of hospitalization and death in his COVID-19 patients with mild or moderate symptoms. However, some people taking paxlovid could experience a “rebound.” In this case, he may test positive again and test negative between 2 days and 8 days after his symptoms subside.

Biden’s age increases the risk of developing a serious Covid illness. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, people over the age of 65 account for more than 81% of viral deaths and more than 1 million were dead in the United States alone.
The president tested his Covid positive for the first time on July 21st. O’Connor said he was experiencing “mild symptoms” such as dry cough, runny nose, and fatigue at the time. Biden began working in isolation, but was negative on Covid’s test twice every 24 hours.

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