President Donald Trump Personal Valet Diagnosed With COVID-19, Current President of the United State has been blamed for undermining the viral coronavirus and encouraging the economy to restart too soon. Various states are gradually re-opening non-essential organizations including vehicle sales centers.
Another improvement has quite recently struck the White House as it is being accounted for that in all honesty Donald Trump’s own valet has tested positive for COVID-19.
The report was given by TMZ, who asserts that the President’s valet, a previous US Navy officer, was showing symptoms this week and tested positive on Wednesday morning (May 6).
The news has supposedly made Trump express some displeasure, with CNN in any event, saying that it’s “hitting the fan” in the Trump organization.
As indicated by the report, both Trump and his Vice President Mike Pence have tested negative for the infection since learning of the valet’s diagnosis and they are both “being monitored.”
In spite of his negative test outcomes, Trump may in any case have gotten the infection. As indicated by a Los Angeles doctor, someone exposed to COVID-19 may in any case test negative the following day. Since Trump has been in direct contact with someone who has tested positive, he probably should be tested again in the coming week.