The President of United States Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have tested negative for coronavirus. A member of the U.S. military who works at the White House as a valet tested positive for COVID-19.
According to the details, during a meeting with the governor of Texas in the Oval Office on Thursday (May 8), Trump revealed that he had contact with man who infected by the virus.
The sources said that people working around the president at the White House have been getting regular tests for the COVID-19.
The president said, “No matter what you do, testing is not a perfect art. So we test once a week.”
He added, “Now we’re going to get tested once a day.”
Earlier, US President Donald Trump declared the Coronavirus pandemic more destructive to the United States than the Pearl Harbor and 9/11 attacks as death toll nears 75,000.
The US president’s statement said the damage caused by COVID-19 was unprecedented in US history.
He once again target China and said the coronavirus could have been prevented in China, but it was not.
The death toll from the coronavirus pandemic in the United States has risen to more than 74,800, while more than 1,263,000 people have become infected with the deadly disease.