Biden heads to Delaware after long COVID-19 isolation

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President Joe Biden left the White House for Delaware on Sunday, the first time he has traveled since testing negative for COVID-19.

Biden left in the morning to join first lady Jill Biden in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, where he has frequently spent weekends during his presidency.

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White House Physician Kevin O’Connor announced in a letter Sunday the president had tested negative for the virus for a second day in a row and would “safely return to public engagement and presidential travel.”

Biden initially tested positive for COVID-19 on July 21 and tested negative after several days. However he got a rebound case July 30 and had been testing positive until Saturday. The president continued to work during his isolation.

Biden is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and received his second booster shot in March.

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Biden and the first lady are expected this week to visit Kentucky, where floods have devastated homes and resulted in 37 deaths and hundreds of injuries.