“I’m feeling great,” Biden said before boarding Marine One outside the White House.
President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID-19 Saturday, but will remain in isolation until he tests negative a second time.
He's tested positive for COVID-19 for the second straight day, in what appears to be a rare case of “rebound” following treatment with an anti-viral drug.
White House physician Dr. Kevin O’Connor said in a letter that Biden "has experienced no reemergence of symptoms, and continues to feel quite well."
The White House said that President Biden is deliberating whether to extend the pause on federal student loan payments beyond Aug. 31 and forgive a portion of student debt per borrower.
Biden spoke publicly Wednesday to a round of applause, telling Americans that “COVID isn't gone” but that serious illness can be avoided with vaccines, booster shoots and treatments.
Officials emphasized that Biden's symptoms are mild because he received four vaccine doses and started taking the antiviral drug Paxlovid after becoming infected.
The BA.5 COVID-19 strain is an offshoot of the omicron strain and is spreading rapidly right now through the United States.
A Florida small business owner and immigrant from Romania is suing the Biden administration over race and gender quotas in the infrastructure law, passed last December.
Paxlovid requires a prescription. Earlier this month the FDA expanded access to the drug authorizing state-licensed pharmacists to prescribe Paxlovid to eligible patients.
The president has “very mild” symptoms and is taking Paxlovid, the drug used to treat COVID-19, according to the White House.
The president's new proposal includes hiring more officers and creating a support program to stop violent crime.
President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit Orlando and Tampa next week, The White House announced Wednesday afternoon.
“Let me be clear,” Biden said. "Climate change is an emergency, and in the coming weeks I’m going to use the power I have as president to turn these words into formal, official government actions.
President Joe Biden says he's considering declaring a public health emergency to free up federal resources to promote abortion access.
After the Supreme Court ended a constitutional right to abortion, Biden encouraged Americans to "vote, vote, vote, vote" so a bill codifying Roe v. Wade can be passed.
Biden's conversation with Griner's wife, Cherelle Griner, followed Brittney Griner's personal appeal to the president in a handwritten letter from the basketball player the White House received on Monday.
President Joe Biden has used an Ohio visit to showcase federal action aimed at shoring up pensions for millions of workers.
The White House is encouraging Florida students and parents to file complaints with the US Department of Education's civil rights office if they think they are being discriminated against due to the state's new law that restricts instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity in public schools.
WNBA star Brittney Griner has gone on trial in a Russian court on charges of possessing cannabis oil. Griner was arrested in February at a Moscow airport while traveling to play for a Russian team.