Former President Barack Obama is testing positive for COVID-19
Former President Barack Obama is testing positive for COVID-19

Former President Barack Obama is testing positive for COVID-19

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Former President Barack Obama is testing positive for COVID-19

Former President Barack Obama announced on Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Obama also said his wife, former First Lady Michelle Obama, has been tested negative. “Michelle and I are grateful to be vaccinated and boosted,” the former president said in a Facebook post. “It’s a good reminder that even when cases go down, you should be vaccinated and boosted if you have not already done so to help prevent more severe symptoms and give COVID to others.” Obama had recently returned to Washington, DC after spending much of the winter in Hawaii. He tested positive in DC, said someone close to him.

Former President Barack Obama announced on Sunday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.

“I’ve had a scratch on my throat for a few days, but otherwise I’m fine,” he said on his official Twitter account. Obama also said his wife, former First Lady Michelle Obama, has tested negative.

“Michelle and I are grateful to be vaccinated and boosted,” the former president said in a Facebook post. “It’s a good reminder that even when cases go down, you should be vaccinated and boosted if you have not already done so to help prevent more severe symptoms and give COVID to others.”

Obama had recently returned to Washington, DC, after spending much of the winter in Hawaii. He tested positive in DC, said someone close to him.

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