White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is the latest staffer to test positive for the coronavirus, four days after some of her family members first began to test positive.
Psaki pulled out of going along on President Joe Biden’s European trip on Wednesday when the first diagnosis was made.
She said that she only had mild symptoms and would be working from home during her 10-day quarantine, pending a negative test. She is fully vaccinated.
The White House is not disclosing which of its staffers or officials test positive for the virus, unless they go public with the information.
Both DHS Secretary Alexandro Mayorkas and State Department spokesperson Ned Price tested positive in recent days despite being fully vaccinated.
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