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    (CNN) — President Joe Biden has tested negative for Covid-19 but will remain in isolation pending a second test, his physician announced in a letter Saturday. “The President continues to feel very well,” Dr. Kevin O’Connor wrote. “Given his rebound positivity which we reported last Saturday, we have continued daily monitoring. This morning, his SARS-CoV-2 antigen testing was negative. In an abundance of caution, the President will continue his strict isolation measures pending a second negative test as previously described.” READ MORE: Police: Man Accused Of Abducting 31-Year-Old Delaware County Woman Arrested In North CarolinaBiden has not left the White House for 17 days, after initially testing positive for Covid-19 on July 21. After taking a five-day course of Pfizer’s antiviral drug, Paxlovid, Biden tested positive for a rebound case of Covid-19 last Saturday and resumed isolation. There are currently no events on his public schedule for the weekend. During isolation, the President has participated virtually in public events from the White House residence. On two occasions, he delivered socially distanced remarks to a restricted pool from the Blue Room balcony, announcing a successful strike that killed al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri Monday...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden has tested negative for Covid-19 but will remain in isolation pending a second test, his physician announced in a letter Saturday."The President continues to feel very well," Dr. Kevin O'Connor wrote. "Given his rebound positivity which we reported last Saturday, we have continued daily monitoring. This morning, his SARS-CoV-2 antigen testing was negative. In an abundance of caution, the President will continue his strict isolation measures pending a second negative test as previously described."Biden has not left the White House for 17 days, after initially testing positive for Covid-19 on July 21. After taking a five-day course of Pfizer's antiviral drug, Paxlovid, Biden tested positive for a rebound case of Covid-19 last Saturday and resumed isolation. There are currently no events on his public schedule for the weekend.During isolation, the President has participated virtually in public events from the White House residence. On two occasions, he delivered socially distanced remarks to a restricted pool from the Blue Room balcony, announcing a successful strike that killed al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri Monday and signing two bills cracking down...
    Jim Watson | Afp | Getty Images President Joe Biden tested negative for Covid-19 but will continue to isolate, according to the White House. Biden "continues to feel very well," White House physician Kevin O'Connor said in a memorandum on Saturday. Despite his negative antigen test, "in an abundance of caution, the president will continue his strict isolation measures pending a second negative test," O'Connor said. Biden, who is fully vaccinated and received two booster shots, first tested positive for Covid on July 21 and then tested positive for the second time in a "rebound" case one week ago. O'Connor had previously warned of the potential for a rebound in positive test results, a phenomenon among a small percentage of patients who, like Biden, used the antiviral medication Paxlovid as part of their treatment. Subscribe to CNBC on YouTube.TVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    (CNN)If we've learned anything over the past two and a half years, it's that Covid-19 is one strange disease. The latest case in point: the coronavirus rebound. The condition grabbed international attention last week when US President Joe Biden tested positive for the virus six days after testing negative following his first bout of the illness. The White House said Biden, who is back in isolation, was experiencing a bit of a "loose cough" but did not have a fever and his lungs were "clear." The President tested positive again after being treated with the antiviral Paxlovid. White House officials had previously suggested a rebound case of Covid was unlikely, based on reports of cases around the country, but Biden's doctors continued to monitor his health and test him.Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House Covid response coordinator, said clinical data shows the rate of rebound infections is low and noted that even those who suffer them are still generally protected from serious illness. Read MoreBiden is not the only high-profile patient to develop the condition. National Institute of Allergy and...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden continues to test positive for Covid-19 and now has a bit of a "loose cough" as he experiences a rebound case of the virus, his doctor said Monday. Dr. Kevin O'Connor said in a memo that the President, who first tested positive for his rebound case on Saturday and has tested positive every day since, does not have a fever and that his lungs are "clear.""His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain entirely normal," O'Connor said, adding that the President is in "good spirits."Biden, 79, is at an increased risk for a more severe case of Covid-19 due to his age, but the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says if older adults are fully vaccinated and boosted, it significantly reduces their risk of hospitalization and death. Biden is fully vaccinated and has received two booster shots. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre suggested on Monday in a briefing with reporters that the President had some lingering symptoms from his first Covid case and said, "As you know, some of you have...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden is continuing to isolate at the White House on Sunday after testing positive for a rebound case of Covid-19 Saturday morning, White House physician Kevin O'Connor wrote in a letter Sunday that was released by the White House, adding that the President "continues to feel well," but, "unsurprisingly, his SARS-CoV-2 antigen testing remained positive." Biden, who emerged from isolation earlier last week after testing negative on rapid antigen tests starting Tuesday, "will continue to conduct the business of the American people from the Executive Residence," O'Connor writes, continuing "to be very specifically conscientious to protect any of the Executive Residence, White House, Secret Service, and other staff whose duties require any (albeit socially distanced) proximity to him." This is a breaking story and will be updated.
    President Joe Biden "unsurprisingly" tested positive again for COVID-19 though he "continues to feel well" a day after having a "rebound" infection, his doctored said on Sunday. Biden, 79, will continue to work while isolating in the White House after testing positive just days after he emerged from his quarantine, White House physician Kevin O'Connor detailed in a new note. BIDEN RETESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 IN 'REBOUND' INFECTION "The President will continue his strict isolation measures as previously described," O'Connor wrote. "He will continue to conduct the business of the American people from the Executive Residence." Biden had tested negative on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday before receiving a positive antigen test on Saturday morning, per his doctor. O'Conner said Saturday that the president has no symptoms. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The White House had hoped to get Biden back out and on the road after his first isolation ended. He even delivered remarks from the Rose Garden on Wednesday. Biden's positive test on Saturday sparked questions about...
    O'Connor said President Biden would be under "strict isolation procedures." \u201cAn update from Dr. Kevin O\u2019Connor, Physician to the President.\u201d — The White House (@The White House) 1659205987 In June, Dr. Anthony Fauci also experienced a "Paxlovid rebound" after recovering from COVID and then getting reinfected days later. Last month, the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden said he experienced symptoms much worse in the second bout than the first. “After I finished the five days of Paxlovid, I reverted to negative on an antigen test for three days in a row," Fauci said during Foreign Policy's Global Health Forum. “And then on the fourth day, just to be absolutely certain, I tested myself again,” he said. “I reverted back to positive.” "It was sort of what people are referring to as a Paxlovid rebound," Fauci added. CNN reported, "Pfizer, the company that makes Paxlovid, says its studies show rebounds are rare and happen in people who take the drug as well as those who took a placebo pill. Because investigators noted the phenomenon in both...
    Just days after getting the all clear, US President Joe Biden has tested positive for Covid-19 again. The so-called 'rebound' case will send the commander-in-chief back into isolation nearly 10 days after he was first diagnosed. News that Biden had tested positive yet again was announced on Sunday afternoon in a memo from the president's physician. According to the memo from physician Kevin O'Connor, the president appears to be among the small percentage of patients to experience a "rebound" infection after being treated with Paxlovid. "After testing negative on Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning, Thursday morning and Friday morning, the President tested positive late Saturday morning," O'Connor wrote in the memo. "The president has experienced no reemergence of symptoms." While the president is said to be feeling "quite well" he will resume strict isolation procedures.
    President Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID-19, sending him back into isolation just three days after he was cleared to resume his duties.  On Saturday, at 2:45 p.m., Bident tweeted: 'Folks, today I tested positive for COVID again. This happens with a small minority of folks. I'’ve got no symptoms but I am going to isolate for the safety of everyone around me. 'I’m still at work, and will be back on the road soon.' A memo from Biden's doctor confirmed the positive test on Saturday Biden had tested negative for COVID on Tuesday following five days of isolation.   This is a developing story.  
    WASHINGTON (AP) — White House: Biden tests positive for COVID-19 again in ‘rebound’ case, has no reemergence of symptoms and will isolate. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    When the country learned on Thursday that President Joe Biden had tested positive for COVID-19, the White House assured the public that the commander-in-chief was being treated with a course of Paxlovid. The antiviral is manufactured by Pfizer and has been shown, at least during trials against previous strains of the coronavirus, to significantly lower a person’s chance of hospitalization or death from COVID-19. It has usually not been prescribed to everyone who contracts the virus, but targeted primarily at older patients or those at risk for serious illness—people with heart conditions, or ones undergoing chemotherapy, for example. At 79, Biden is the oldest president ever to occupy the Oval Office. He has been fully vaccinated and doubly boosted, and is experiencing “mild symptoms,” White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said in a statement. But if the main contrast between Biden’s case of a virus that has killed well over a million Americans and that of his predecessor, Donald Trump, is the availability of vaccines, the Pfizer pill has become a key part of the country’s pandemic toolkit in its own...
    Jarrett Allen may not be starting for the Nets, but he has been starring for them, rebounding as well as anybody in the entire NBA so far this season. Despite not having starting a single game going into Friday’s matchup against the Hawks, Allen entered Thursday night leading the league in offensive rebounds (22), offensive rebound percentage and total rebound percentage (26.4). “We definitely encouraged rebounding, that’s an Achilles heel for us thus far. But mostly on the defensive end. The offensive end, it’s just, it’s really valuable,” coach Steve Nash said. “We have such so many scoring options that when we get extra possessions it makes us, I think, even more difficult to contend with. “But Jarrett’s been outstanding. So, really proud of his play, how he’s handled coming off the bench. He’s playing the most minutes generally I think at the center position, and he’s earned those. He’s a dynamic player in that position and he helps us in many ways.” Jarrett Allen rips the ball away from De’Andre Hunter.Getty Images Allen’s 60 total rebounds were not only...
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