White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked on Monday about potential, new, COVID-inspired restrictions being considered by the White House, and how many staffers have tested positive in breakthrough cases.
She was asked if “the White House has had any additional staffers test positive for COVID-19?”
Psaki said that the White House policy is that “if there is an individual who is, has close proximity to any of the four principals as defined by the White House medical unit, along with CDC guidelines on what that looks like, we will then make that information available and immediately public to all of you. So, that has not been the case since we announced that policy, no,” she said. White House staffers have been vaccinated against the virus, though there have been instances of breakthrough cases. Most notably, a Biden aide tested positive for a case of COVID after interacting with Texas […]
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