Health Joe Biden Experiences First COVID Symptoms Since Rebound, but Doctor Assures Vitals Remain 'Entirely Normal'
President Biden's COVID-19 Symptoms 'Almost Completely Resolved' After 4 Days of Paxlovid
Biden's physician says the president is responding to his COVID-19 treatment “as expected”On Monday morning President Joe Biden's physician, Dr. Kevin C. O'Connor, released a statement updating the public on the president's COVID-19 symptoms.
Presidentcontinues to carry the virus after on Saturday.
Dr. Kevin O'Connor, the president's physician, revealed Tuesday afternoon that Biden is experiencing his first symptoms of COVID since his rebound three days ago: a loose cough. Still, O'Connor says, the president remains fever-free with promising vitals.
"His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain entirely normal," O'Connor wrote. Additionally, "His lungs are clear."
President Biden Is COVID-Free — What's Next for His Recovery as He Exits 'Strict Isolation'
The president has tested negative for COVID-19 twice now after completing a five-day Paxlovid treatment, according to his physicianPresident Joe Biden has survived COVID-19 with no known complications, allowing the administration to exhale a bit as he resumes in-person meetings.
Biden will stay in strict isolation until he tests negative, and he is being regularly monitored to quickly catch any potential decline.
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The president, after feeling under the weather the evening prior. Double vaccinated and twice boosted, , and within five days he had overcome the virus with help from a Paxlovid treatment.
With Paxlovid, however,, and O'Connor declared his intent to carefully watch the president in case it came back.
On Saturday, it did — and until Tuesday, Biden had experienced no symptoms since the virus's return. Fortunately, O'Connor remains unconcerned about the president's ability to fight off his second wave of COVID-19.
Biden is continuing his schedule as planned, working remotely in the White House.
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