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Biden campaign releases ad featuring George Floyd's sister

October 14, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign released a new ad on Wednesday featuring Bridgett Floyd, George Floyd’s sister, who describes Biden as “the change that we need” and encourages people to vote.

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign released a new ad on Wednesday featuring Bridgett Floyd, George Floyd’s sister, who describes Biden as “the change that we need” and encourages people to vote.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, confirmed Wednesday that President Trump is not a Covid-19 transmission risk, but said he cannot vouch for the people around him.

“I was asked by the White House to take a look at all of the totality of the Covid related tests that he undertook, as well as to do one of the tests at the NIH in our own laboratories,” said Fauci, who is director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

When asked about the potential that aides or Secret Service agents who travel with Trump may pose a transmission risk to others, Fauci said, “I can't vouch for anybody else that's there – whether they've been tested or whether they've been careful in their interactions with people. ”

CNN spoke to seven Trump supporters ahead of the rally and none had any concerns about Covid-19, with one woman saying, "If I’m gonna get sick and die I guess it's my turn. "

By voting early, you help preserve in-person voting for those who need it—including our neighbors with disabilities, those who need language assistance, or those who need access to Same Day Voter Registration," Secretary of State Alex Padilla said in a statement.

President Trump told reporters on Wednesday that his son, Barron, is doing “fine” after testing positive for coronavirus.

Shortly before the President’s departure, first lady Melania Trump revealed in an essay posted by the White House that Barron, 14, tested positive for the virus.

In an essay posted on the White House website, first lady Melania Trump said she has now tested negative for the virus.

She said Barron had “no symptoms,” and has now tested negative.

CNN has obtained a statement from the National Institutes of Health, saying that Dr. Clifford Lane and Dr. Anthony Fauci have reviewed the President’s recent medical data, including a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, and have concluded that President Trump is not infectious.

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