Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has tested positive for COVID-19.
Bloomberg reported Friday night that the 611-year-old Meadows was confirmed to have been infected with the virus, along with at least four other White House aides.
Like the previous outbreak, the White House also tried to keep it a secret, CNN and Bloomberg reported.
The White House told Dailymail.com that the White House Medical Unit had completed a search for all contracts related to the diagnosis of Meadows, but did not provide further details.
The number of people in the White House orbit to test positive for his diagnosis has been at least 4 to.
Mark Meadows, 61, tested positive for the coronavirus, it was revealed on Friday
Soils, right, have been one of the strongest supporters of Trump’s anti-mask policy.
The New York Times reports that on October 14, 36 people tested positive – Mike Pence’s chief of staff and four colleagues before being confirmed infected with the virus on October 25.
The number has risen to 46 in five new cases confirmed on Friday.
On Friday, more than 125,000 Americans tested positive – a new single-day record, and more than 100,000 new cases a day for the third day in a row.
It was unclear when Modios tested positive.
He was last seen at the White House on Thursday, CNN reported.
Trump tested positive on Oct. 1 and thinks he is unlikely to be infected again.
Mados was with the president during treatment at Walter Reed Medical Center.
On October 25, Meadows told CNN that the coronavirus epidemic was “not going to control” the United States.
‘We are not going to control the epidemic. “We’re getting vaccines, treatments and other mitigation areas we’re going to control,” he said. ‘
“Because it’s a contagious virus like the flu,” Meadows said, stressing why the US pandemic is out of control.
He added that the Trump administration was “trying to contain it.”
“All we need to do is make sure that we have the right surgical reasons, whether it’s therapy or vaccines or treatment, so that people don’t die,” Meadows said.
The White House has been battling a coronavirus outbreak since September 26, when the Rose Garden ‘superspreader event’ was held – nominated by Amy Connie Barrett.
Meadows was in his final two-day, seven-state, 10-person rally with Trump where he attended events without wearing a mask.
On that trip, Meadows had close contact with members of Trump’s family, including Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who did not catch Seovid.
Additionally, on election night, Meadows was at the White House where he attended a party in the East Wing packed with prominent Trump supporters, including Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer, 76.
Organizers say everyone will be tested for COVID-19 at the time of entry.
Earlier Tuesday, the Meadows joined Trump at the campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, and again wearing no masks.
He was at the White House on Thursday.
The circulated pasture was with Trump Tuesday morning at the broadcast HQ
Mados is one of the Trump administration’s anti-mascara conspirators, and insiders say he is rarely seen wearing a face mask out of respect for Trump.
On Oct. 12, outside Connie Barrett’s Senate hearing, Meadows was asked to wear a face mask while addressing reporters.
‘I won’t speak through any mask,’ he said, and left.
In May, Meadows raised CDC bans through a 70-person indoor wedding of his daughter in Atlanta, with large coronavirus lockdowns and local ordinances gathering large gatherings.
Walters Reed Meadows pictured with Trump on October 2nd
More than a thousand Kavid-19s died for the fourth day on Friday, the first since August.
Coroners died of 1,211 deaths.
The number of hospital admissions has also increased across most parts of the country, with the Midwest and Southwest now the most hit.
However, unlike previous virus activity in the United States, current growth is not concentrated in any one region.
In recent weeks, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado and Minnesota have frozen over.
Growth has also been seen on the East Coast, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Only two states in Tennessee and Alabama have seen a drop in the number of cases, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Physicians and officials are warning people that hospitals are at risk of being overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients.
As the rate of infection increases, so does the number of hospitalizations and deaths.
About 53,000 people were hospitalized at COVID-19 on Thursday.
Public health experts said the severity of the case is likely to increase as the weather begins to cool.
The president stressed that the country was “completely rolling” with the virus, but the White House Coronavirus Task Force said otherwise.