Don Jr., President Trump's son, tests positive for Covid-19

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Trump Jr.is the second of the president's children to test positive for the virus, following 14-year-old Barron Trump's diagnosis in early October.

Donald Trump Jr, son of the United States president, tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus at the start of the week, according to Bloomberg reporters.

Donald Trump Jr.'s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, tested positive for the coronavirus in July.

He is reportedly asymptomatic and quarantining at a private location following the test result.

A day after the election, Mark Meadows, Trump's chief of staff, tested positive for COVID-19, followed by at least five others at the White House, The New York Times reported.

The White House has hosted a number of events that eschewed social distancing guidelines, including a crowded Election Night party that Don Jr. attended.

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Speaking with Fox News' Laura Ingraham last month, Don Jr. downplayed the severity of the pandemic, saying "the number [of new deaths] is nearly nothing because we have gotten control of this".

The coronavirus has killed more than 253,000 Americans and sickened more than 11.7 million.

His announcement came a few hours after Trump administration's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew Giuliani announced he had also tested positive for the novel coronavirus that has taken thousands of lives in the country. More than 254,000 Americans have died from the virus since February.

The US President spent three days in-patient at the Walter Reed military hospital where he was treated with a cocktail of experimental drugs while Melania Trump stayed at the White House and recovered.

Matthew Choi contributed reporting.

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