The Vice President of the United States Mike Pence will remain in preventive isolation after his press secretary, Katie Miller, tested positive for coronavirus, last Friday.
Although the last test carried out on the official was negative, according to the new circumstances, a new one should be carried out shortly. Until then, you won’t be able to visit the White House, but will continue with its functions from its domicile.
Pence, who is the most recent and highest-ranking member of the White House coronavirus task force, repeatedly, and in line with what President Donald Trump has said., had toned down the scope of the pandemic and had shown himself in public without a mask.
However, according to official sources, since the result of her employee’s state of health was known, Pence has deepened measures to avoid social contact. Days ago, one of President Donald Trump’s personal aides also tested positive for the virus.
In the meantime, The United States remains the largest focus of COVID 19 in the world: it exceeded one million infected, according to the count carried out in Baltimore by Johns Hopkins University. According to that house of studies, the northern country reached 1,283,846 people infected and the pandemic there has so far claimed 77,178 lives.