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President Trump Tests Negative For The 3rd Time To COVID-19


US President Donald Trump and US Vice President Mike Pence both tested negative for the SARS-CoV-2 virus that caused the COVID-19 disease, 
Reuters news agency quoted a White House spokesman as saying.

"The president and the vice president have been tested and found negative. Their health is still good."

White House spokeswoman Hogan Gidley said in a statement, without providing details.

Earlier, a member of the US Army working at the White House was confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 and was on the team serving President Trump. This has raised fears that the two leading leaders of the United States could be infected.

On May 7, at a meeting with the Texas Governor, President Trump also informed reporters that he had little contact with this personal attendant. The US leader said he would get a daily health check afterwards.

On April 3, the White House said anyone expected to come close to Mr. Trump or Mr. Pence will be tested quickly COVID-19 to prevent the risk of disease transmission.

Earlier, since the outbreak of COVID-19, President Trump had had two tests of COVID-19 after contacting a number of infected officials. Thankfully, all his test results were negative.

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