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First Lady Jill Biden does not have COVID-19 after testing negative

The White House reported that First Lady Jill Biden had tested negative for COVID-19, indicating she was cleared of infection.

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After five days in isolation due to a positive diagnosis, the First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, has tested negative for COVID-19.

After two negative tests for COVID-19, Jill Biden will travel to Delaware with Vice President Joe Biden, as announced by her office.

JILL BIDEN, THE FIRST LADY, TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19.

This week’s routine testing yielded a positive result for the first lady, who was then given a diagnosis. Elizabeth Alexander, the first lady’s communications director, said that Jill Biden had been diagnosed with “cold-like symptoms” and given a course of Paxlovid to treat them.

The Bidens were in the midst of a lengthy trip to South Carolina at the time. She was quarantined at a private residence in South Carolina, and only close friends and family were informed.

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Joe Biden has had COVID-19 before and tested positive again just days after leaving quarantine in a so-called “rebound” infection last month.

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The First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, has been released from her quarantine for having tested negative for COVID-19.