Jill Biden, the first lady of the United States, will leave seclusion on Sunday after two negative Covid-19 tests, according to the White House. Nearly two weeks after President Joe Biden’s husband acquired the virus a second time, his 71-year-old wife tested positive for the illness on August 16.
She had two booster shots and two vaccinations, and her symptoms were modest. A course of the oral antiviral medication Paxlovid was recommended for her.The First Lady will leave South Carolina for Delaware later today, according to a statement from her communications director Elizabeth Alexander.
“After isolating for five days and receiving negative results from two consecutive COVID-19 tests,” the statement read.While on vacation in South Carolina and lodging at a private home, Jill Biden had tested positive.