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Joe Biden has Covid-19 and is isolated at the White House.

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The fully-vaccinated 79-year-old is suffering "quite slight symptoms" and will continue to work, his press secretary added.

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Her statement said the president takes Paxlovid.

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Biden tweeted that he was "doing fine" and "busy."

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Jill Biden tested negative, he added.

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Ms. Jean-Pierre said the president will work in seclusion until he tests negative and participate in meetings by phone and Zoom.

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Dr. Ashish Jha, White House Covid coordinator, said the president felt weary with a runny nose and dry cough.

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Mr. Biden went to bed feeling well but didn't sleep well and tested positive on Thursday.

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Mrs. Biden claimed her husband is "doing good"

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The White House said Mr. Biden, who turns 80 this year, tested negative for Covid on Tuesday.

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In a note to Ms Jean-Pierre, Mr Biden's doctor Kevin O'Connor stated the president would respond well owing to being completely vaccinated and thrice boosted, adding that early use of Paxlovid gave "extra protection against severe illness."

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Dr. O'Connor rated Mr. Biden as "healthy" and "vigorous" during his previous physical in November, according to CBS.

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Vice President Kamala Harris is in North Carolina for an abortion rights event.

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If Mr. Biden became ill, she would become president.

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Donald Trump, Mr Biden's predecessor, was hospitalised in October 2020 after acquiring Covid.

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