WASHINGTON, DC – According to reports, President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID on the morning of July 21st, which ironically comes one year after he publicly stated that the shots will prevent people from being infected.

White House officials confirmed that the 79-year-old commander-in-chief, who has undergone the full series of COVID jabs and even received two boosters, is experiencing “very mild symptoms,” after testing positive for the virus.

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Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in a statement that Biden is currently taking Paxlovid, which is an oral antiviral treatment meant to reduce the risk of severe COVID cases post testing positive.

In a July 21st memo from White House physician Kevin O’Connor regarding Biden’s positive test, he noted that Biden is currently experiencing “rhinorrhea (or ‘runny nose’) and fatigue, with an occasional dry cough, which started yesterday evening.”

O’Connor’s memo also noted that Biden “will isolate in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations” and that officials will be notified of “any changes in his condition or treatment plan.”

Biden had reportedly attended an event in Massachusetts on July 20th regarding his administration’s efforts to combat climate change. Several other administration officials and lawmakers were in attendance – including the likes of Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey.

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Administration officials have yet to confirm whether any of the officials who attended the Massachusetts event the day prior to Biden testing positive for COVID are being considered close contacts under CDC guidelines.

However, Jill Biden is being considered a close contact to the president but reportedly tested negative as of July 21st. Speaking with reporters in Detroit following the news of her husband’s positive test, Jill Biden stated, “I talked to him just a few minutes ago. He’s doing fine.”

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There is a degree of irony with Biden cropping up positive for COVID as of July 21st, considering remarks he delivered during a CNN Town Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio, exactly one year ago to the day where he asserted the COVID shots will prevent people from being infected.

During this CNN Townhall from July 21st, 2021, CNN’s Don Lemon asked Biden, “You said that you’re talking to scientists, though, but what — what are they telling you, Mr. President?”

After Biden hyped up the manner in which the COVID shots were developed and claimed a full FDA approval of them was likely to come in the next months, he then claimed that no one was going to be infected with COVID if they submitted to the jab.

“The various shots that people are getting now cover that.  They’re — you’re okay.  You’re not going to — you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.”

Just yesterday, he claimed he had Cancer due to oil slicks on his windshield…

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