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Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman, Ronna McDaniel, the coronavirus was tested after the experience with fever and flu-like symptoms, the organization said on Saturday.
“Last night, Chairman McDaniel began to experience a fever and flu-like symptoms, and she went to her local hospital in Michigan for treatment. Flu and strep tests were administered and came back negative,” Communications Director Michael Ahrens said.
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“Your doctor will determine a test for COVID-19 was required, since their symptoms,” he said.
The RNC said it to get in contact with anyone who remembered you is to get in touch, recently, and you and your family are self-quarantine at home.
The announcement of the RNC came shortly after President Trump announced that he had to test the coronavirus and waited for the results.
“I also found the test,” Trump said in the White house briefing room. “I decided that I should, based on the press-conference yesterday, were to ask the people that I take the test.”
Trump has been in contact with people who later tested positive for COVID-19, sparking questions on whether or not the President should shake hands, quarantined, and tested.
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When asked about his temperature, Trump told reporters on his way out, it was “completely normal”.
Trump said his coronavirus test was sent to a laboratory and the results a day or two.
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Vice-President Mike Pence said on Saturday neither he nor his wife, Karen, were tested because they test not the symptoms or the contacts that would require. With the President now being tested, Pence he signaled to re-evaluate.
“I’m going to talk to the White house doctor, and directly after that press conference, and Mrs. Pence, and I would be more than happy to be tested,” Pence said.
Fox News’ Marisa Schultz and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.