President Trump’s top health advisers participated in a White House event with protective masks, though the president himself did not use a face covering.
WASHINGTON — A Trump 2020 project authorities and the sweetheart of Donald Trump, Jr., tested favorable for the coronavirus ahead of President Donald Trump’s celebration event at Mt. Rushmore Friday.
Kimberly Guilfoyle and Trump, Jr., who checked negative on Friday, will cancel their upcoming occasions and will self-isolate, according to Sergio Gor, chief of staff to Trump Success Financing committee.
” She’s doing well, and will be retested to make sure the medical diagnosis is proper considering that she’s asymptomatic,” Gor said in a statement. “However as a precaution will cancel all upcoming events. Donald Trump Jr was checked negative, but as a precaution is also self separating and is canceling all public events.”
She did not enter contact with the president or the group taking a trip with him, nor did his eldest boy, according to the Times and ABC News. Guilfoyle and Trump, Jr., strategy to drive back to the East Coast.
Guilfoyle was scheduled to go to the Friday evening occasion. South Dakota’s guv, Kristi Noem, stated earlier today that regardless of concerns over the spread of the virus, masks would be offered but not be needed at the Mt. Rushmore event and social distancing would not be in effect.
Guilfoyle likewise attended Trump’s current rally in Tulsa, Okla. A reporter and 2012 Republican governmental prospect Herman Cain checked positive after participating in the Tulsa rally.
6 individuals who were involved in the preparation for Trump’s Tulsa rally on June 20, including some Secret Service members, checked positive for the coronavirus ahead of that occasion and went through a quarantine treatment.
The president and vice president are evaluated for the virus regularly, and individuals who enter contact with them are likewise screened for coronavirus.
Contributing: Courtney Subramanian
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