Vice President Kamala Harris tested negative for COVID-19 on Monday and will soon return to work, her office announced.
Harris is set to resume in-person work on Tuesday, a spokeswoman said.
“Today, the Vice President tested negative for COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test,” Harris press secretary Kirsten Allen said in a statement. “The Vice President will return to work, in person, tomorrow. Following CDC guidelines, she will wear a well-fitting mask while around others through the ten-day period."
The White House was noncommittal about when Harris would resume in-person meetings with President Joe Biden. Biden, 79, attended the program portion of the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday, mostly without a mask.
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Harris was part of a string of high-profile Washingtonians to test positive for the virus, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and several Cabinet members, though none of them have been hospitalized by it. White House communications director Kate Bedingfield tested positive on Friday. White House press secretary Jen Psaki has had the coronavirus twice.
The Biden administration has been grappling with how to turn the page on the pandemic, supporting the federal transit mask mandate's extension but attempting to lift Title 42 migration restrictions at the border.
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Harris tested positive for COVID-19 on April 26 and has been working from home since. She was said to be asymptomatic.