Biden tests positive for COVID-19 again, will continue White House isolation

President Biden still tests positive for COVID-19 and will continue his "strict isolation measures," the White House physician said Friday.
dr Kevin C. O'Connor said the president "remains feeling very good" and said his cough has "almost completely gone."
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"His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain perfectly normal," he said, adding that his lungs "remain clear."
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"In light of his rebound positivity, which we reported on Saturday, we continued daily monitoring," O'Connor explained. "This morning his SARS-CoV-2 antigen test remained positive."
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He added: "The President will continue his strict isolation measures as previously outlined."
O'Connor said Biden will continue to "direct the affairs of the American people from the Executive Residence" and that the President "remains very diligent in protecting all of the Executive Residence, the White House, the Secret Service and other employees whose... Duties require every (albeit socially distanced) proximity to him."
The president first tested positive for the coronavirus on July 21.
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