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Biden, who had the same plane with a confirmed official, was tested for the third time, and the results came out.

Biden, who had the same plane with a confirmed official, was tested for the third time, and the results came out.

On April 14, U.S. President Joe Biden announced at the White House in Washington that U.S. troops in Afghanistan would withdraw by September 11 to end the longest war in U.S. history. Xinhua/AP

December 23 – According to U.S. media reports, Biden has been tested for COVID-19 as a close comer after White House officials who took a special plane with US President Biden a few days ago were diagnosed. The results of the first two times were negative, and the latest test results on the 22nd were also available.

According to the latest news, the White House said Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on the 22nd.

White House Press Secretary Psaki issued a statement on the evening of the 20th saying that a White House middle-level official tested positive for COVID-19 that day. It is reported that Biden took a presidential plane with the staff member on the 17th, and the two had contacted each other for about 30 minutes.

Biden was tested for COVID-19 antigen on the 19th and nucleic acid test on the 20th, all of which were negative. For prevention reasons, he was tested again on the 22nd.

It is reported that 79-year-old Biden was vaccinated against COVID-19 at the White House on September 27 this year. Since he has been fully vaccinated and vaccinated, he will continue to work as usual without isolation.

The White House has strict procedures to try to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the White House. Biden receives regular coronavirus tests. People who travel with him or who are scheduled to meet him will be tested in advance.

It is reported that Biden’s voice was obviously hoarse after Thanksgiving, and his doctor gave him a series of tests to make sure that he really just caught a cold. The White House also issued a memo from the president’s doctor confirming that he was not infected with COVID-19.

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