First lady Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19

First lady Dr. Jill Biden has tested positive for Covid-19 and is experiencing mild symptoms.

The 71-year-old first lady, who is double vaccinated and twice boosted, is experiencing mild symptom

She has been prescribed a course of Paxlovid and, following CDC guidance, will isolate from others for at least five days

The first lady is currently staying at a private residence in South Carolina, where she and President Biden have been vacationing.

President Biden first tested positive for COVID-19 on July 21, experiencing symptoms including a cough and sore throat.

He isolated and completed a five-day course of Paxlovid before testing negative.

On Aug. 6, the president's doctor said Biden had received a negative test and was clear to break his isolation.

Consistent with CDC guidance because he is a close contact of the First Lady, he will mask for 10 days when indoors and in close proximity to others.

Jill Biden will isolate for at least five days. She'll remain "at a private residence in South Carolina