This means Psaki will have to miss another trip abroad , this time by President Biden to Europe, where she plans to meet with allies to discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
“Today, in preparation for my trip to Europe, I took a PCR test. The result was positive, which means I must adhere to CDC guidance and will not be able to travel with the President,” Psaki wrote in a statement .
It was in the fall of last year that Jen Psaki returned from her first positive case of coronavirus.
President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID after taking a PCR test on Tuesday.
According to Psaki, she had “socially distanced meetings” with the president.
The press secretary revealed that she currently has only mild symptoms and will be working from home in accordance with White House COVID-19 protocols .
President Joe Biden will leave for Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday night to join NATO leaders in a summit to discuss a response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Biden will also attend a G7 meeting where world leaders are expected to discuss additional sanctions against the Kremlin.
Chris Meagher, deputy press secretary, said they are tracking people who had close contact with Jen Psaki, who tested positive for COVID a second time.
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