the vice-president of the United States, Kamala Harris, can be released from confinement

United States Vice President Kamala Harris, who tested positive for Covid-19 on April 26, tested negative on Monday May 2 and will be released from confinement on Tuesday, her spokesperson announced. Kamala Harris, who had continued to work remotely, will wear a mask for ten days, as recommended by US health officials, she said in a statement.

The vice president had not been considered a “close contact” of President Joe Biden, 79. Several members of the Biden administration, such as the Minister of Justice, as well as the President’s spokesperson Jen Psaki or the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi have tested positive in recent weeks.


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