Vice President Harris returning to in-person work after negative COVID test


Vice President Kamala Harris will return to work in person on Tuesday after testing negative for COVID-19, her press secretary said in a statement. “Today, the Vice President tested negative for COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test,” said press secretary Kirsten Allen in a statement. “Following CDC guidelines, she will wear a well-fitting mask while around others through the ten-day period,” Allen said. Harris tested positive for COVID on April 26, and Allen said at the time that the vice president would return to work at the White House once she tested negative for the virus.

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