• Sun. Sep 25th, 2022

America’s Vice President Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid

Kamala Devi Harris, an American politician and lawyer who is the 49th and current Vice President of the United States, has tested positive for covid 19.

Vice President Kamala Harris tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, April 26th, 2022, after returning from a week-long trip to California, according to reports.

Harris, 57, confirmed the news on Tuesday evening when she announced on her official and verified Twitter account that she had tested positive for the dangerous covid-19 health issue.

She tested positive for covid but has no symptoms, according to her tweet.

She has, however, chosen to remain separated and follow the CDC’s advice, despite the fact that she has been completely vaccinated and boosted.

Kamala Harris, America’s Vice President, wrote:

“I tested positive for COVID-19 today. I don’t have any symptoms, and I’m going to keep isolating and following the CDC’s advice. She wrote, “I’m grateful to be both vaccinated and boosted.”

COVID-19 was discovered in my system today. I don’t have any symptoms, and I’m going to keep isolating and following the CDC’s advice. I’m thankful to have been vaccinated as well as boosted.

— Kamala Harris, Vice President (@VP) April 26, 2022

The Vice President tested positive for Covid-19 on fast and PCR tests, according to Harris’ press secretary, Kirsten Allen. “Isolate and continue to work from the vice president’s residence,” Harris said.

She also revealed that she does not have a close relationship with either Joe Biden, the President of the United States of America, or Jil Biden, the First Lady of the United States of America.

“Due to their separate recent travel itineraries, she has not been in frequent contact with the President or First Lady.” She will follow the CDC’s instructions as well as the advise of her doctors. “When she tests negative, the Vice President will return to the White House,” Allen continued.

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