Trump did not pass a test for coronavirus

WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump did not pass a test for the coronavirus, white house press Secretary Stephanie Grisham told reporters.

“The President has not been tested for COVID-19 because he has not had long- term contact with any of the confirmed COVID-19 patients, and he does not have any symptoms either. President Trump is still feeling great, and his doctor is watching him closely,” Grisham said.

Earlier it was reported that at least two congressmen who had contact with Trump were also in contact with a person infected with the coronavirus, and for this reason, went to a voluntary quarantine for several days.


On December 31, 2019, the Chinese authorities informed the World Health Organization (WHO) about an outbreak of unknown pneumonia in the city of Wuhan in the Central part of the country (Hubei province). Experts have identified the causative agent of the disease – a new coronavirus. Who recognized the outbreak as an emergency of international significance and gave the disease its official name – COVID-19.

According to the latest data, the number of infected people in mainland China was 80,754, 3,136 people died, and almost 60,000 cases were cured. According to WHO, 686 people died outside China.

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