Dr. Robert Redfield, the leader of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will self-isolate for about fourteen days after he was presented to an individual at the White House who tried positive for Covid-19, a CDC representative revealed to The Washington Post.

Redfield “will be teleworking for the following fourteen days” due to his introduction on Wednesday, the CDC representative revealed to The Post.

CNN has sent a solicitation for input to the CDC.

Authorities won’t recognize the individual to whom Redfield was uncovered. In any case, Katie Miller, who is the press secretary to Vice President Mike Pence, tried positive on Friday. She is known to frequently be in the White House coronavirus team gatherings.

White House appointee press secretary Judd Deere declined to affirm the report that Redfield will self-isolate, yet he said the doctor to the President and White House tasks authorities “keep on working near guarantee each precautionary measure is taken to keep the President, First Family and the whole White House Complex protected and solid.”

“The President’s doctor and White House Operations keep on working near guarantee each precautionary measure is taken to keep the President, First Family and the whole White House Complex sheltered and solid consistently. Notwithstanding social separating, day by day temperature checks and indication narratives, hand sanitizer, and standard profound cleaning of all work spaces, each staff part in closeness to the president and VP is being tried day by day for COVID-19 just as any visitors,” Deere said in an announcement.

Dr. Stephen Hahn, the magistrate of the Food and Drug Administration, likewise started to self-isolate Friday in the wake of being presented to an individual at the White House who tried positive.

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