WASHINGTON, Apr 2 (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump was retested on Thursday to determine if he had been infected with the coronavirus, and the test was negative, the White House reported.
Through a letter, Trump’s doctor, Sean Conley, said that the president had undergone a second test to detect if he has the new coronavirus.
The Republican leader had been examined last month after contacting a Brazilian official who later tested positive.
(Report by Jeff Mason; written by Steve Holland; Edited in Spanish by Rodrigo Charme)
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