White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany declared on Monday that she has tried positive for the Covid and will start the isolate cycle.
“In the wake of testing adversely reliably, including each day since Thursday, I tried positive for COVID-19 on Monday morning while at the same time encountering no indications,” McEnany composed on Twitter, adding that she will keep on working distantly while separated.
“No correspondents, makers, or individuals from the press are recorded as close contacts by the White House Medical Unit,” she included.
President Trump is being treated for the Covid at Walter Reed clinical focus after he and first woman Melania Trump tried positive last Thursday.
McEnany likewise said she had no information that individual White House staff member Hope Hicks had been determined to have the Covid before she held a press instructions last Thursday.
Hicks tried positive Thursday, in the wake of venturing out to Tuesday’s discussion in Cleveland with the president and going to a Wednesday crusade rally in Minnesota.
McEnany regularly goes maskless when conversing with columnists in the White House instructions room or during casual gaggles on White House grounds.
McEnany was maskless during the Thursday instructions she referred to in her Twitter declaration and again during the casual get-togethers with columnists on Friday and Sunday.