US President Biden's COVID-19 test results are negative.

Joe Biden tested negative for the coronavirus, which he had contracted a week earlier, on Saturday . Biden tested positive for COVID-19 on July 21, and was off the hospital for about a week .

Washington, United States, August 6: US President Joe Biden tested negative for the coronavirus, which he had contracted a week earlier, on Saturday.However, OConnor said in a bidens' daily news briefing on the president's health status that Biden would remain in strict isolation pending a second negative COVID-19 test.According to OConnor, Biden, 79, continues to be doing well.On July 21, he tested positive for COVID-19 and was off the hospital for about a week.

Biden posted a video on his Twitter page showing him getting an update on his health soon after his doctor announced that he had found COVID-19, and that he was now on his way to his new home.This morning, the test showed positive results.I'll be working from home for the next two days, and i'm doing fine, it's going well.However, the US President said that Commander and I had a lot to do, according to a White House press secretary.

It represents rebound positivity, according to a White House Physician.The President tested positive late Saturday morning, by antigen testing, according to a Boston doctor.The spike in COVID-19 positivity is seen in a small number of patients treated with PAXLOVID.Nevertheless, there is no need to seek medical attention as Biden hasn't experienced a re-emergence of symptoms and is continuing to feel fantastic.