Things aren't looking good for the White House, at all...

Since the news of President Trump's positive test of the coronavirus, things have been pretty tense...

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Because who knows who else could be infected in Trump's inner circle!

It's a worrying time for the president and his close family and friends...

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But now, some even more worrying news has emerged... the White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has tested positive for the virus. Here's what we know so far.

Now, we were first given the shocking news of Trump's diagnosis on Friday, October 2nd.

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It was confirmed that the President and the First Lady, Melania Trump, had been diagnosed with the virus that has already killed over 208,000 Americans.

Trump tweeted this...

Though, at this time, he didn't give any further details regarding his and Melania's symptoms.

Immediately after his diagnosis, the president went into self-isolation.

And floods of well-wishes for him and the First lady began pouring in from all around the world.

But on the other hand, lots of angry and spiteful messages have been thrown at the pair following their diagnosis.

It's been a divisive topic, to say the least...

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But many people were, quite rightfully, feeling concerned about Trump's chances of surviving the deadly virus.

Because even though the virus has a fairly steady survival rate...

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Seventy-four-year-old President Trump is actually in the high-risk category.

The statistics speak for themselves.

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According toย CDC statistics, patients between the ages of sixty-five and seventy-four are 5 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than someone aged eighteen to twenty-nine.

This means that patients of Trump's age have ninety times greater chance of death than others...

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Which isn't at all good news for the President.

However, Melania put many minds to rest.

Last week, shortly after their diagnosis, she tweeted this: "As too many Americans have done this year, @potus & I are quarantining at home after testing positive for COVID-19. We are feeling good & I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying safe & we will all get through this together."

And, shortly after this, the White House came forward with some reassuring news.

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Mark Meadows, the White House Chief of Staff, spoke at a live press conference today where he stated that he is "optimistic the President will have a very quick and speedy recovery."

Meadows explained that the White House's core staff have all been tested for the virus...

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And said that the President was "energetic" and in "good spirits", adding that he was "staying committed to working very hard on behalf of the American people" Apparently, the first question Trump asked him after his diagnosis was "how's the economy doing?"

Meadows refused to comment on what treatment the Trumps are receiving.

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But he added that Americans "can rest assured that we have a president that is not only on the job" but "will remain on the job."

However, Meadows may have spoken too soon.

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Because, shortly after his statement, it was reported that the president had been admitted to the hospital.

On Friday, Trump was transported to Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre.

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This came after he received a cocktail of drugs as a "precautionary measure."

However, he gave off the impression that he was extremely unaffected by the virus.

Over the weekend, Trump gave a video update from the hospital, in which he praised the "incredible" Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and revealed that he had "met some of the soldiers" and was planning a "surprise" visit.

He was even snapped leaving the hospital in the back of a heavily-guarded car...

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And could even be seen waving to his fans and supporters.

Of course, many were outraged by the pictures.

Shouldn't he be self-isolating for fourteen days?" "Isn't he putting his driver and his staff at risk of catching the virus?" "What is he doing?"

Anyway, many took the photos as confirmation that the president wasn't affected by the virus at all...

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But it seems that it's time for Trump to start taking the pandemic very seriously as someone very close to him has just tested positive for the virus.

News is in that the White House Press Secretary has tested positive.

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TMZ has reported that Kayleigh McEnany has tested positive for the coronavirus, just days after the president.

McEnany shared the news today, saying she'd contracted COVID after days of testing negative since Trump's positive diagnosis announcement Thursday.

She says she's experiencing no symptoms, adding no members of the press are reported as close contacts by the White House Medical Unit - so presumably, they should be okay.

She also claimed she had no knowledge of Hope Hicks' positive status prior to holding her last press briefing last week...

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And the Press Secretary explained that she has been doing her public service for the American people as diligently as possible.

McEnany has begun her quarantine right away...

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And we hope she makes a speedy recovery. Make sure to stay posted for further updates.