Biden, who first tested positive for COVID-19 nine days ago, “has experienced no reemergence of symptoms, and continues to feel quite well,” O’Connor said, adding, “This being the case, there is no reason to reinitiate treatment at this time, but we will obviously continue close observation. But, because of his positive COVID-19 test, he will re-initiate strict isolation protocols.
He added, “As you’ve already staged before, the president continues to be very particular to protect any Executive Residence or White House Secret Service staff who are required to be in close proximity (even if socially distant).
On Wednesday, July 27, after testing negative for COVID-19, Biden stepped out to the White House Rose Garden to speak about his experience with the virus.
He said that although my symptoms were not severe, I felt great and had a quick recovery. “When I had COVID, my work was done upstairs in the White House.[for]This five-day time period. The only difference between the two is vaccines.