First Lady Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19, again


First lady Jill Biden, President Joe Biden, and the Maine One flight crew board at the White House on September 2 to depart for Florida.

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President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden and the Maine One plane at Washington’s White House on September 2, heading to Florida.

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First Lady Jill Biden was positive for COVID-19 after mild symptoms, according to her spokesperson. The White House announced that President Biden, who will be traveling to India for the G20 on Thursday, tested negative. He will be regularly tested this week.

The president last tested positive for COVID in July 2022.

The Bidens spent time together this weekend, first traveling to Live Oak, Fla., to view hurricane recovery efforts, then returning home to Rehoboth Beach, Del. The president’s last COVID test was in July 2022.