Vice President Mike Pence as well as his wife Karen both have tested negative for coronavirus again just a few days post President Donald Trump and first lady had been diagnosed with COVID-19, confirmed the officials at White House.
Pence and Karen tested negative for coronavirus first on Friday, just a few hours post Trump, Melania as well as Hope Hicks, adviser, White House confirmed that they had tested coronavirus positive.
The officials said that the Trump and Pence were in direct contact the last time they met in the Oval Office on Tuesday. The two are tested for coronavirus regularly, as are many staff and officials who work in close contact to Trump.
It’s expected that Pence will continue campaigning the ongoing week with no alterations to the protocols that are meant to have him protected from the virus. He is set to get into a debate on Wednesday with the Kamala Harris, the Democratic Vice Presidential nominee in Salt Lake City.
The doctors treating the president, meanwhile, say that he is presently doing well and may return to the White House on Monday for continuing his 5-day course of experimental drug Remdesivir as well as other necessary therapy