Jane Saki signs Kovid-19 deal for second time in five months – Indy News

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Jane Sackie announced that she had tested positive for COVID-19. Saki tested positive for the virus for the second time in five months.

Saki said he tested a polymerase chain reaction on Tuesday morning to prepare for a trip to Europe with President Joe Biden. Positive testing means Saki will no longer travel with President Biden during his upcoming trip to Brussels, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Either Kate Beddingfield or Karin Jean-Pierre will probably meet when Saki deals with COVID-19.

Saki reported mild symptoms, which he said contributed to the vaccine. “Thanks to the vaccine, I only felt mild symptoms,” Saki said in a statement. “In line with the White House’s COVID-19 protocol, I will work from home and plan to return to work in person after a five-day isolation period and the conclusion of a negative test.”

Earlier this week, Saki held two “socially distance” meetings with President Biden. The president tested negative for the virus after testing the PCR on Tuesday. Saki had previously contracted COVID-19 after her family members became infected with the virus last October.

Biden will travel to Brussels this week for a NATO summit before heading to Poland this week. The conflict in Ukraine will be given the highest priority in both meetings.

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