US President Donald Trump tests negative for COVID-19; says, ‘getting out of handshaking’

Updated on Mar 15, 2020 03:10 PM IST
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US President Donald Trump tested negative for COVID-19. The White House released the test results on March 14. Trump also addressed media after he took a coronavirus test. He told the reporters that he had his temperature taken before getting into the room. He added, “I also took the test last night and I decided I should (take the test) based on the press coverage yesterday.” Trump also defended handshaking saying it was a 'natural reflex'. However, he added, “But now we all have to get away from (handshaking). Maybe people shouldn't be shaking hands for the long term, because it does transmit flu and other things you know.”

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