President Joe Biden and first woman Jill Biden will head out to eastern Kentucky Monday to visit flood casualties, the White House reported, notwithstanding another positive COVID-19 test Friday.
Doctor to the president Dr. Kevin O'Connor said in a letter Biden's hack "has totally settled" and he will go on with "severe seclusion measures," in the wake of testing positive for the seventh day straight Friday.
Communities for Disease Control and Prevention quarantine and detachment rules suggest that individuals who test positive for COVID-19 confine for something like five days after a first certain test and try not to go for an entire 10 days.
The Bidens will join Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and his better half Brittany Beshear in gathering with families impacted by the overwhelming flooding, as per the White House. Something like 37 individuals passed on and no less than two more remained unaccounted for starting around a Friday morning news gathering.
More than 500 individuals were being housed in state-run crisis covers Friday. Biden proclaimed a highly sensitive situation in Kentucky on July 29, requesting government help to the impacted districts and sending a group from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to aid salvage endeavors.
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