Mark Meadows, Trump's Chief Of Staff, Has Coronavirus: Reports

Mark Meadows, President Donald Trump’s chief of staff, has the coronavirus, Bloomberg and ABC reported Friday. Meadows reportedly informed several advisers of his COVID-19 diagnosis after Election Day. Meadows remained close with Trump through the president’s own case of COVID-19, often working in the same room with Trump while he was being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Trump was diagnosed with the virus along with several other top Republicans, many of whom had been attending events together. This story is developing. Check back for updates. Everyone deserves accurate information about COVID-19. Support journalism without a paywall — and keep it free for everyone — by becoming a HuffPost member today. A HuffPost Guide To Coronavirus Here’s the latest science on COVID antibodies. How does the coronavirus spread differently than the flu? What does the new CDC definition of a COVID-19 “close contact” mean for you? Is it safe to see grandparents for the holidays? Therapists predict how this year will shape our mental health.

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