President Joe Biden has delivered his first public address since being diagnosed with COVID-19.
US President Joe Biden has twice tested negative for COVID-19 after five days containment and treatment, and can now come out of his isolation, his doctor announced in a letter published Wednesday by the White House.
Last night, and again this morning, he tested negative, wrote Dr Kevin O'Connor, adding that Joe Biden, with these reassuring results, will end his strict isolation measures. .
The 79-year-old Democratic President tested positive on Thursday, July 21 with very mild symptoms and has since retired to his White House apartments, continuing his work remotely.
A speech by the President scheduled for 11:30 a.m. (local time) was announced immediately after.
Joe Biden completed his five-day course of Paxlovid [an antiviral drug] 36 hours ago, Dr. O'Connor said, noting that he remains fever-free and his condition is improving. x27;was gradually improved and his symptoms [had] almost disappeared.
The doctor also indicates in his letter that the president, the oldest to hold the reins of power, por will wear a mask for the next 10 days when he is surrounded and tested more regularly.
Joe Biden is vaccinated against COVID-19 and received two booster doses.