Biden departs White House following negative COVID-19 test | USA TODAY
President Biden left the White House for the first time in more than two weeks after recovering from a mild rebound case of COVID-19.
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President Joe Biden ended his isolation and left the White House Sunday for the first time in more than two weeks after recovering from a mild rebound case of COVID-19. “I’m feeling great,” he said on the White South Lawn as he departed for Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where he owns a beach house.
Biden’s physician, Kevin O’Connor, said in a memo that Biden again tested negative for the coronavirus Sunday. Biden also tested negative Saturday.
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