Jill Biden ending isolation after negative Covid tests
After two Covid tests came back negative, first lady Jill Biden's isolation will end, her office said on Sunday.
The first lady, 71, will leave South Carolina on Sunday for Delaware after spending the previous five days in isolation.
She had been on vacation with President Joe Biden on Kiawah Island when she tested positive for Covid.
She tested positive for Covid, and the antiviral Paxlovid was administered, according to the White House on Tuesday.
According to a statement released by her office, the first lady, who has received two vaccinations and two booster shots
Alexander remarked at the time, "She tested negative again on a fast antigen test, but a PCR test came back positive."
Just a few weeks after the president's positive viral test in July, she received a positive diagnosis.
Now at that time, the first lady's test results were negative.