US President Joe Biden tested negative for the coronavirus on Saturday after almost a week of re-sicking COVID-19.

This was announced in the official report US President’s personal physician Kevin O’Conor, Ukrinform reports.

“This morning, his test for the SARS-CoV-2 antigen showed a negative result,” the document says.

According to the doctor, the president continues to feel very well, he is being monitored daily.

At the same time, it is noted that the president will continue to comply with strict isolation measures “with great care” until he receives a second negative test.

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As Ukrinform reported, on July 21, the White House officially announced that 79-year-old US President Joe Biden had tested positive for COVID-19. During treatment, he took Paxlovid and other concomitant medications, with symptoms described by doctors as mild.

On July 27, US President’s personal physician Kevin O’Conor confirmed Joe Biden’s full recovery. However, a few days later, the president was again diagnosed with coronavirus.

The head of the White House himself then noted that he would continue to work in isolation and promised to return to full-time work soon.

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