WASHINGTON, D.C. — First Lady Jill Biden tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, the White House announced, adding that she was experiencing “mild symptoms.”
CNN reports that last August, the first lady tested positive while vacationing in South Carolina. President Biden reportedly tested positive last July. The presidential couple is allegedly “fully vaccinated” and “boosted” – though the veracity of this information cannot be validated by The Florida Standard.
The announcement of the first lady’s positive test comes as public figures, influencers and physicians – in concert with the mainstream media – reboot the fear narrative around the virus.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre announced on Tuesday that President Biden will resume wearing a face mask.
“Since the president was with the first lady yesterday, he will be masking indoors and when around people,” Pierre said.
Doctors loyal to the official COVID narrative are also getting busy with feeding the public dubious and even scientifically debunked advice. One of them is Dr. Jonathan Reiner, a professor at the George Washington University School of Medicine.
“I’ll make it simple. You’re no longer contagious when your antigen test is negative. If you follow CDC’s guidance and leave isolation at 6d, and your test is still positive, you’re still contagious. You should wear a mask,” he writes on X.
A randomized controlled study of mask use with over 6,000 participants was carried out in Denmark in early 2021 – refuting the usefulness of masks in preventing infection with the COVID-19 virus.
In addition, several recent studies indicate that wearing a mask can be a severe risk to one’s health due to the toxic compounds present in the materials. But even the practice of mask wearing in itself – inhaling one’s exhaust breath and the obstruction to normal inhalation – can cause cardiopulmonary overload with devastating health conditions as a result.