No need of Donald Trump's coronavirus test: White House
Washington : Amid reports that Donald Trump may have also got infected with the coronavirus during his recent meeting with the Brazilian officials, the White House has denied any need of the COVID-19 test as of now.
"The White House is aware of public reports that a member of the Brazilian delegation... tested positive for COVID-19," Trump spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said in a statement.
Trump and Vice President Mike Pence "had almost no interactions with the individual" during Bolsonaro's trip to a Trump golf club in Florida last weekend.
They "do not require being tested at this time," she said.
Grisham said that under government guidelines "there is currently no indication to test patients without symptoms, and only people with prolonged close exposure to confirmed positive cases should self-quarantine."