Ivanka works from home, came in contact with official who tested positive
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Ivanka Trump: Staying Healthy In Uncertain Times
Ivanka Trump decided to work from home today out of an abundance of caution to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
The first daughter and senior advisor met with Australian Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton, last week at an event to discuss ways of fighting child exploitation online.
Dutton, however, has now tested positive for the Coronavirus, and Ivanka has taken the necessary precautions recommended by the CDC. She was not instructed to quarantine herself, as Dutton was asymptomatic during their encounter.
Attorney General William Barr, who was also at the event, has not shown any symptoms and has not been recommended for testing.
Ivanka Trump serves as a great example for Americans in taking the appropriate precautions to remain healthy and prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. On Twitter yesterday, she reminded her followers to do the same, saying:
“…visit coronavirus.gov for information on steps that every American and community can take to help decrease the spread of the #coronavirus at work, home, school, and commercial establishments. #Covid_19”
Today’s Top Quote
“Thank you @realDonaldTrump @VP #coronavirus task force & business leaders for informing & helping America, expediting testing, offering commonsense measures to mitigating spread & for easing economic hardship. Let’s keep moving forward together, USA!”
– Kellyanne Conway on Twitter March 13
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