First lady tests positive for Covid

First woman Jill Biden on Tuesday tried positive for Covid-19, catching the infection approximately seven days after the president finished disconnection for his own bounce back case.

Biden had tried negative for Covid on Monday during her customary testing rhythm, her correspondences chief Elizabeth Alexander reported in an explanation Tuesday.

Alexander said the main woman was recommended a course of Paxlovid, an antiviral pill that President Joe Biden was likewise endorsed when he tried positive for Covid in late July.

The president at first tried positive for the infection on July 21 yet later experienced bounce back energy on July 30, a peculiarity that occurs in some Paxlovid patients.

The primary woman's positive outcome comes closely following the Bidens' family excursion to Kiawah Island, S.C., and as they were because of touch down in Washington later Tuesday.

The main woman will remain in South Carolina to hole up for something like five days and will get back after she gets two sequential negative tests, Alexander said.

The president tried pessimistic for Covid on Tuesday and will get back to Washington per his timetable, a White House representative said in an explanation. The president is booked to sign the Inflation Reduction Act later Tuesday.

The White House didn't quickly return a solicitation for input on whether Biden would change his timetable in light of the main woman's positive Covid result.