Anthony Fauci and two other COVID-19 Taskforce members of the White House potentially exposed to the coronavirus. As a result, they have self-quarantined themselves. Read ahead to know more.
Status Of Anthony Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci is the Director of the National Institute Of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Furthermore, the institute said that Fauci tested negative. However, he will stay at home and take all the necessary measures.
Also, he is at very low risk of getting infected based on the degree of his exposure. Fauci will continue to be tested regularly in the coming days. Furthermore, he is taking all the precautions to prevent the transfer of the virus while on his job.
Anthony Fauci will work from home. He will go to the White House if he is called. Moreover, he will ensure he follows the subscribed precautions while leaving his house for the White House.
Status Of Dr. Robert Redfield And Stephen Hahn
Dr. Robert Redfield is the director of the Centre For Disease Control And Prevention. CDC said that he had a low-risk exposure to a person at White House suspected of having the coronavirus.
Moreover, Redfield will continue to telework for the next two weeks. So far he has not shown any coronavirus symptoms and is doing fine. Stephen Hahn, Commissioner of Food and Drug Administration came in contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.
Stephen has self-quarantined himself for the next two weeks. Moreover, he tested negative for the COVID-19 virus. Also, he has not shown any virus symptoms yet. He is being monitored.
Situation At The White House
Most of the officials at White House are undergoing regular COVID-19 tests. This happened after three COVID-19 taskforce officials were suspected of the virus. Even, President Donal Trump have to undergo a series of tests. This will ensure he does not get the coronavirus.