Nov. 12 (UPI) — Trump marketing campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski and three different individuals who attended an election night time occasion on the White Home final week have examined optimistic for COVID-19.
The New York Occasions was the primary to report on Lewandowski’s analysis, which he confirmed to CNBC in an announcement Thursday.
“I really feel nice,” he informed CNBC when requested if he had any signs of the virus.
He mentioned he examined optimistic Wednesday.
Along with being on the White Home on Election Day, Lewandowski took half in a information convention with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani in Philadelphia on Saturday.
The New York Occasions, NBC Information and Bloomberg reported that political director Brian Jack, an unidentified White Home staffer and a visitor Trump supporter additionally examined optimistic for the coronavirus illness after attending the Nov. three celebration within the East Room of the White Home.
Trump ally and political adviser Healy Baumgardner informed NBC Information she’s the visitor who examined optimistic.
The trio are the most recent within the Trump administration to select up COVID-19. A number of others, together with Trump and first girl Melania Trump, examined optimistic final month.
White Home chief of workers Mark Meadows, Housing and City Improvement Secretary Ben Carson and marketing campaign adviser David Bossie, who’s main Trump’s authorized challenges to the election ends in a number of states, have additionally examined optimistic.
Dozens of high Trump aides, donors and allies — many not carrying masks or bodily distancing — had been seen within the East Room on election night time to look at returns.
To this point, no less than 30 administration and marketing campaign officers have examined optimistic since late September. Greater than a dozen who attended a Sept. 26 occasion on the Rose Backyard to introduce Supreme Courtroom nominee Amy Coney Barrett later examined optimistic.
A file 144,000 instances and practically 2,000 deaths had been documented in the USA on Tuesday, based on Johns Hopkins College.