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Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows tests positive with four coronavirus advisors

November 7, 2020

Mark Meadows, the Chief of Staff to the President of the United States Donald Trump, along with at least four other advisors, tested positive for coronavirus.

According to Bloomberg, after election night on November 3rd, Mark Meadows shared his positive for COVID-19 with a narrow circle of advisors who could not determine exactly when he was infected and on what date he was informed of the contagion. According to the agency, these advisors have been asked not to speak about the case.