Ivanka Trump Tests Negative for Coronavirus


Senior Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump has tested negative for the coronavirus and returned to work at the White House on Friday.

“Over the last week, adviser to the President Ivanka Trump has followed social distancing best practices at her home. At the advisement of her doctors, due to lack of symptoms and consistently healthy physician checks, Adviser Trump will be working from the White House today. As is done with every employee at the White House, she will undergo the same health/temperature checks to maintain the safety of herself, her children and those in the White House,” a White House official said in a statement.

Ivanka has been working from home since last Friday after coming in close proximity with Australia’s home affairs minister Peter Dutton who tested positive for the Coronavirus. Dutton was in D.C. in the beginning of March and met Ivanka as well as Attorney General William Barr, Kellyanne Conway and other Trump administration officials in a meeting between officials from the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US.