Visual Tracking: COVID-19 and the White House

At least 34 people connected to the White House have tested positive for COVID-19, many of whom attended a Rose Garden event in late September.
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More than thirty people connected to the White House have tested positive for kronor fires. On the morning of October 1. Counselor to the president hopes next as a positive recruited ninety. Later that Kane president Donald Trump and First Lady moaning and own fifty. Days earlier on Saturday September 36. Approximately 200 people gathered in the Rose Garden club president trump announced it easy clearly bearish as his Supreme Court nominees to. Here's a look at what was no snow. It. Yeah. And then I have a mass graves here on. Put the mask 200 feel when they think they needed. I'm not I don't. It's. It's. Yeah law school where she received a thanks again I think it Yankee style reality with highs Hansen every time president. I think he's testing regularly the first positive test he receives. That was after his yeah. Yeah. Yeah. According to an internal below normal teen pretty ABC news. There are at least 34 total possible cases connected to white. The situation continues to evolve as new cases emerge.

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